Rachel Green is an award-winning chef, food writer, food campaigner, and TV presenter. She has many strings to her apron, including Ambassador roles and recipe development for brands such as Yes Peas, The Traditional Farmfresh Turkey Association, Cole & Mason, Fresh Growers, L J Fairburn Eggs and UK Shallots.
Rachel is a regular on the food festival circuit; her cookery demonstrations are lively, with plenty of audience interaction. This year she will be appearing at The Ideal Home Show at Olympia, The Game Fair, BBC Countryfile Live, Woburn Abbey Garden Show, East Midlands Food and Drink Festival, West Country Game Fair and Ideal Home Christmas, as well as a host of other food festivals across the country. Rachel produces regular recipe columns for Lincolnshire publications, and offers cookery classes, both at home, and at the Divertimenti Cookery School in London. She is a judge for the British Pie Awards. Great Taste Awards, the Artisan Cheese Awards and Tiptree World Bread Awards.
Her recipes have graced the pages of many a newspaper and magazine, including Hello! magazine, BBC Gardener’s World, Lincolnshire Life, The Journal, as well as People’s Friend and numerous national and regional titles.
A farmer’s daughter from Lincolnshire, her family have farmed in the county for 14 generations. Rachel has cooked for Her Majesty the Queen and 800 guests at the Savoy Hotel, London, and her TV appearances include The One Show, Countryfile, Sunday Brunch, World on a Plate, Kill It, Cook It, Eat It, Farm of Fussy Eaters, and Flying Dishes.
Rachel can be seen on The Local Kitchen, a cookery show dedicated to bringing the finest food and drink from our local producers to your kitchen – Local Kitchen is created and produced by East Coast Pictures and can be viewed at www.localkitchen.tv.