Rosemary took to the Jungle in November 2012 and endeared herself to the nation proving that she can cook just about anything anywhere! With a over a decade in broadcasting and teaching, Rosemary Shrager’s role in ITV1’s cemented her position as Britain's best loved Chef and Cookery Teacher. aired for two seasons on ITV1 and Rosemary remains a very popular TV chef appearing on as well as . Further afield Rosemary has filmed Ladette to Lady US and Australia. Rosemary's latest series, aired on BBC 2 in 2011. 2012 sees Rosemary's appearance mentoring celebrities in for STV which will air in April.
Previous work includes , , with Giles Coren and Sue Perkins (BBC 2) resident judge on and with Rosemary Shrager which won rave reviews on UKTV Food. She was also one of the judges on the acclaimed , alongside Gary Rhodes.
Rosemary is a talented and versatile chef who loves talking about food as much as she loves cooking. 2005 saw her broadcast career span the Atlantic with her first series for US Broadcaster Discovery Home - . This was coupled with her series for Channel 4 - and, of course, ITV1’s prime time show .
Rosemary’s six part series, for Five led to a second series, Rosemary on the Road. Rosemary has worked on a number of television projects including an eight part contribution to the Carlton TV series Nosh.
Her first cookery book, was described by food writer Michael Raffael as “an object lesson in handling the finest produce”. Her second book was published to accompany the series and her latest with another as well as following soon after. was published in October 2011.
Rosemary is a natural extrovert and communicator whose professional career includes a period working for Pierre Koffman at the internationally famous Tante Claire restaurant in London and also a period working for Jean-Christophe Novelli. Thereafter, Rosemary was the head chef at Moyns Park, the home of the Mountbatten’s who held private and corporate functions and where Rosemary was responsible for all aspects of catering. Both her preparation and her presentation are outstanding. This led to Rosemary having her own cookery school at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle from 1998 till 2002 before moving it to Swinton Park, a castle hotel in the Yorkshire Dales where she was based for 10 Years.
The all new Rosemary Shrager Cookery School opens in May 2013 in Tunbridge Wells.
When she is not teaching, Rosemary spends her time developing new recipes, working on further television projects and providing her expertise to private clients. Her passions and loves include food in general and imparting her knowledge and skills to others as well as sourcing new food products especially those that are organic.
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