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Joanna Farrow

Joanna Farrow loves having fun with her food, having giving cakes and cookies a whole new look in Dress Your Cake and Dress Your Gingerbread. A home economist and food writer, she has also contributed to numerous food magazines and has written a number of other titles, including Ready Steady Cook for Kids, Good Fast Family Food, Cake and Peek-a-boo Cakes.
Jez Felwick

Jez Felwick learned his craft at Darina Allen's Ballymaloe Cookery School, before discovering the food truck scene on a trip to the US that inspired the launch of The Bowler. Jez began selling meatballs from his van, 'The Lawn Ranger', at festivals and street-food markets across the UK. Along with POLPO founders Russell Norman and Richard Beatty, Jez has recently announced the launch of The Bowler, a meatball shop in Covent Garden, London celebrating 'Good Food, Well Rounded'.
Marina Filippelli

Marina Filippelli is Italo-Brazilian and lived most of her childhood in Rome. Now living in London, she writes and food styles for numerous magazines. Marina's main passion is Italian food, a love she nurtures by managing cookery holidays throughout Italy and regularly visiting her family in Rome. She is the author of Hamlyn's successful Fresh Italian.
David Floyd

David Floyd has focused an interest in chilli sauces and spicy food into his website, the Chile Foundry (www.chilefoundry.co.uk), which he set up with two friends and which now supplies thousands of people in the UK and Europe with chillies and chilli-related products. He has grown, eaten, cooked and sold a wide range of chillies, created and commissioned chilli products and enjoyed developing people's interest in chillies. His range of chilli products began with a dry spice marinade and now includes the UK's hottest crisps. He has appeared on the BBC's Good Food Live TV programme as a chilli expert. David Floyd is married with two children and lives in Yeovil, Somerset.
Killian Fox

Killian Fox grew up in northwest Ireland and livesin London. He is the editor and co-founder of The Gannet, which acts as a conduit for his shameless nosiness about other people's eating habits. A regular contributor to the Observer Food Monthly, he has also written for the Guardian, The Times and the New Statesman, covering music, film, literature, travel and technology as well as food. He'd call himself an omnivore were it not for a lingering fear of boiled eggs.
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