Author, baker, stylist and a self-shooting TV presenter, Edd was the first winner of The Great British Bake Off.
TV includes resident chef on The Alan Titchmarsh Show, ‘Edd and John’s Christmas Bakes’ (Food Network) Sunday Brunch, The Wright Stuff, Channel 5 News, BBC Breakfast, and Market Kitchen.
YouTube 70,000 subscribers
Author of three books with a 4th on the way.
His first cookbook ‘The Boy Who Bakes’ sold over 35,000 copies.
Daily Mail called it a ‘glorious collection of cakes, cookies, tarts…that showcase his creativity’
The Times said the book would help you ‘create amazing puds with the simplest ingredients’.
‘Say It With Cake’, his second book was released nationally and internationally in 2012.
‘Patisserie Made Simple’, his third book, came out in 2014.
New York Times ‘the book manages to present the recipes in ways that breathe new life into the old standbys’.
Food Writer and Stylist
He is a regular contributor to the print editions of Olive, BBC Good Food, Delicious, Jamie, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s.
His recipes have featured in The Guardian, Sweet Magazine, Best, Marie Claire and House Beautiful.
Contributing Editor to Bake From Scratch, the world’s best-selling baking magazine available in the US and UK. Guest edited the whole of the January 2018 edition.
Demos and Teaching
Edd regularly teaches at Leiths School of Food and Wine.
He ran a pop-up bakery at Fortnum and Mason.
He regularly appears at the Ideal Home Show, BBC Good Food Show and headlines various food festivals across the UK and internationally.
Zagat named him one of their ’30 Under 30′ recognising him as a ‘culinary trailblazer’ and was voted 44th in the Top 100 Foodie Influencers Of The Year 2016 (The Grocer/Observer).
Host and producer of Stir The Pot, with guests including David Leibovitz and Yotam Ottolenghi.
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