TOM PARKER BOWLES
Tom Parker Bowles is an award winning Food Writer and Broadcaster. He was born in 1974 and educated ay Eton College and Worcester College, Oxford. He is the son of the Duchess of Cornwall.
He is Restaurant Critic for The Mail on Sunday, Food Editor of Esquire and a Contributing Editor to Conde Nast Traveller and is also a regular contributor to Country Life, Waitrose Food and The Daily Mail.
His first book, published in 2004, was E is for Eating – An Alphabet of Greed. His next, The Year of Eating Dangerously, was published by Ebury in October 2006 and his third, Full English; A Journey Through the British and Their Food, was published in 2009 and won the Guild of Food Writers 2010 Award for best work on British Food.
His next book, Let’s Eat, is a compendium of his favourite recipes, collected from around the world, and written with the amateur cook in mind was published in 2012.
Tom is also an established presenter and from 2007 to 2010 he co-presented Market Kitchen with Matthew Fort and Matt Tebbut on the Good Food Channel (UK). Tom was a judge on Food Glorious Food on the ITV Food another UK Network, and Masterchef BBC.
He is a Government Great Ambassador for the UK.
Whist in Australia he judged on the cooking series The Hot Plate with Scott Pickett on Channel Nine and more recently co-presented two seasons of Family Food Fight with Matt Moran and Anna Polyviou.
Tom has also ventured into beer and snacks with the launch of Mr Trotter’s Great British Pork Crackling and Mr Trotters Chestnut Ale, the UK first chestnut beer. In partnership with food writer Matthew Fort and farmer Rupert Ponsonby they have continued to develop and expand the Mr Trotter’s range.