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Florence founded Kids En Cuisine in 2014 after realising that she wanted to transform her passions for food and children into a business. From teaching in the comfort of her little chefs’ houses to schools, nurseries and birthday parties, Florence, also, developed strong partnerships with Planet Organic and Whole Food Market where she runs cooking workshops to teach children how to cook with seasonal products. In 2019, Florence decided to compile her best recipes in a cookbook for children “Cook with Flo” and a new adventure started across UK, USA and Australia where her book has been sold. Florence is also a private chef for fine diners but thanks to her online classes in 2020, plenty of families discovered her cooking classes for children, and adults started booking classes for themselves as they were learning chef tips.
Originally from Yorkshire, Master Baker Kevan Roberts has over three decades of experience in the baking industry, from artisan bakeries to new product development. He has been a technical advisor on "The Apprentice" and has guested on the BBC "The Price of Bread". He is now building and teaching bakery workshops at Breadahead Bakery School in the heart of Borough Market, London. He is also the author of "Baking Sourdough", a book taking readers through the complete formation of a sourdough loaf and more.
Alan has always been passionate about food, his knowledge fuelled particularly by time spent travelling and working abroad in Europe and further afield. After graduating in modern languages from St. Andrew’s University in 1999, he worked for Brindisa, the renowned Spanish food importers, deli and restaurateur. During this period, one of the highlights was returning to Spain, to study the art of carving Jamón Ibérico. Alan reported this experience for BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme.
Tristan Rutherford is a five-times award winning journalist who contributes to The Times and The Daily Telegraph. Brought up in the Bahamas, at the age of five his parents blew his illusions by moving to the British Midlands. Tristan relocated to the French Riviera in his early twenties, and has also been based in Shanghai, Istanbul and New York.