Rosemary Shrager


Rosemary is a talented and versatile chef and cookery teacher, who loves talking about food as much as she loves cooking. She is a natural extrovert and communicator. 
"Her passion for the subject and desire to impart her knowledge, which she does with warmth and verve, cannot fail to fire those fortunate enough to be her pupils" (Claire MacDonald).
Rosemary’s professional career includes a period working for Pierre Koffmann - at the internationally famous Tante Claire restaurant in London and also a period working for Jean-Christophe Novelli.  She later went on to  become  Head Chef at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle from 1998 till 2002, running her renowned cookery course for hundreds of eager students over the four years before moving to Swinton Park where she led her cookery courses for ten years.
Rosemary took to the I'm a Celebrity Jungle in November 2012 and endeared herself even further to the nation proving that she can cook just about anything anywhere! With over a decade in broadcasting and teaching, Rosemary Shrager’s role in ITV1’s Ladette to Lady cemented her position as Britain's best loved Chef and Cookery Teacher. Rosemary Shrager’s School for Cooks aired for two seasons on ITV1 whilst Castle Cook was the series that first introduced Rosemary to TV formally in the summer of 2000.  Rosemary remains a very popular TV chef appearing on This Morning and The Alan Titchmarsh Show whilst also presenting Royal Upstairs Downstairs which aired on BBC 2.
Previous work includes Taste the Nation, Sue and Giles live The Good Life, Supersizers, Soapstar Superchef and Kitchen Showdown and Local Food Heroes, and All at Sea.
Rosemary regularly demonstrates and teaches her skills at shows and events across the country and abroad and can be seen in 2013 at Derbyshire Food & Drink, Whitehaven Food Festival and Mold Food and Drink to name but a few.
Rosemary’s books: 
Absolutely Fool Proof – Food for Family and Friends - Octopus Publishing 2012
Yorkshire Breakfast - Great Northern Books 2011
Absolutely Fool Proof – Classic Home Cooking – Octopus Publishing 2011
School for Cooks - Dorling Kindersley 2008
Rosemary – Castle Cook - 2001

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