Celebrity chef interview

  • 1 Ken Hom reveals the best Chinese restaurants in London and where to find the finest Asian food around the world
    Ken Hom is the man who brought Chinese cuisine to Britain back in the 1980s with his hugely successful BBC series Ken Hom's Chinese Cookery. The popular celebrity chef has...

  • 2 Exclusive: Sweet talk with Made In Chelsea's fabulous baker Jamie Laing
    Adorable blonde candyman Jamie Laing has kept us entertained on Made In Chelsea with his happy-go-lucky character and very own lingo. And now the 24-year-old baker – and McVitie's heir – has taken time...

  • 3 Celeb chef Silvena Rowe talks days off, duck brains and cooking for Olympians
    Fresh from cooking up a feast for a hungry Olympic rowing team, exuberant Bulgaria-born chef Silvena Rowe has taken some time out of her busy schedule to chat to HELLO!...

  • 4 Celebrity chef interview: Nobu
    Nobuyuki "Nobu" Matsuhisa is known world-wide for his innovative food that fuses South American cooking with his traditional Japanese techniques. He has garnered a celebrity following, aided in some part...

  • 5 A chat with Rick Stein
    Rick Stein is most known for his seafood cookery, but recent journeys across the UK and France have seen him get to grips with some of the destinations’ most interesting...

  • 6 Interview: Bill Granger
    Australian chef Bill Granger is as renowned for his sunny outlook as he is for his light, sunshine-infused food. Despite a manic schedule on his whistle-stop tour of England to...

  • 7 Ken Hom interview
    When hellomagazine.com met with Ken Hom he was sitting at his usual table at the Dorchester. He stays at the hotel every time he comes to London, and it's a...

  • 8 Gary Rhodes interview
    Having explored the cuisines of India and China, Gary packed his bags again to journey round the Caribbean. There he discovered a whole host of foodie treats, including stews, spices...

  • 9 Heston Blumenthal interview
    TV chef and owner of Berkshire's Michelin-starred restaurant The Fat Duck, Heston Blumenthal talks to hellomagazine.com about the role of memories in cuisine, culinary gimmicks and what the Queen thought...