Antonio CarluccioAntonio Carluccio, moved to London in 1975 and established his career in Britain as restaurateur, author and television personality. Antonio owned The Neal Street Restaurant in Covent Garden for 35 years, and Carluccio's caffes and delis which specialise in Italian food.
Antonio contributed to numerous articles in newspapers and magazines, being frequently consulted as a leading authority in Britain on Italian food and funghi. He has authored hugely successful books on Italian regional cuisine and has appears regularly on TV programmes, including Two Greedy Italians.
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Matt Tebbutt was born in High Wycombe but moved to Wales when he was six months old and classifies himself as 'an honorary Welshman', having grown up in Newport.
A passion for good food and cooking developed early for Matt, partly thanks to family holidays to France and Italy, but the decision to be a chef didn’t come until later in life. He studied geography at Oxford Brookes University and an early ambition to be a pilot led him to join the university air squadron. He eventually decided against a 12-year signing with the RAF and turned his attentions to becoming a chef.
Matt's culinary career began with a diploma from Leith's School of Food and Wine. He completed a traineeship with Marco Pierre White, then moved to the kitchens of Chez Bruce, followed by a stint at Clarke's, where he learned the art of bread-making.
He returned to Wales in 2001 after an absence of eight years and, with his wife Lisa, has transformed the former Foxhunter pub at Nantyderry into an acclaimed restaurant, winning AA Restaurant of the Year for Wales in 2004.
- Executive Producer
- Bridget Boseley
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