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Sue Lawrence

Sue Lawrence won Masterchef in 1991 and was the President of the Guild of Food Writers from 2004 to 2007. She wrote a regular column for Scotland on Sunday and Scotland magazine and was also the Sunday Times food columnist. She has written for Sainsbury's magazine, Woman & Home, Country Living and BBC Good Food magazine and appears regularly on radio and television talking about Scottish food and traditions. She won the Regional Writer Glenfiddich Food and Drink Award in 2003 for her work in Scotland on Sunday and is the author of SUE LAWRENCE'S SCOTTISH KITCHEN, BOOK OF BAKING and the award-winning SCOTS COOKING.Sue Lawrence lives in Edinburgh with her husband and three children.
Tess Lister

Tess grew up at Shipton Mill and is a passionate home cook, having learned with the Shipton experts. Lovingly rebuilt by friends and family, the Mill celebrates the community ethos and values it was founded on: 'a time for everything, and everything in its own time'.John Lister discovered the derelict site in 1981 and founded the Mill as it stands now. Lovingly rebuilt by friends and family, it celebrates the community ethos and values it was founded on. The Mill has also been featured in various television series, including the BBC's Kitchen Secrets by Raymond Blanc.
Deana Luchia

Deana Luchia has a Masters in Professional Writing and is a journalist who writes about parenting, pets, happiness and love. She also blogs about her various rescue dogs. She lives in London with her children and three wise canines, one of whom is Harry.@happyasharry1
Jackie Lynch

Jackie Lynch (Dip ION, mBANT) qualified as a Registered Nutritional Therapist at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and launched the WellWellWell clinic in London, where she now practises. Jackie is a regular contributor to the Mail on Sunday with regular features in the health pages. She also writes the I Am What I Eat column for Reveal Magazine as well as articles for Top Santé and Net Doctor. Most recently, Jackie appeared in the latest series of Channel 4's Superfoods. She was the nutrition expert at the Menopause - The Silent Taboo panel discussion, organised by the Wellbeing of Women charity and moderated by Kirsty Wark. A sought-after speaker, Jackie runs regular nutritional seminars and workshops for blue-chip companies such as Bloomberg, PWC and Thales. Since 2011, Jackie has been the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the renowned Institute for Optimum Nutrition.Jackie's first book, The Right Bite was Netgalley Book of the Month.
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