Richard FoxRichard Fox is a TV chef and beer expert personality, and active supporter of the Defra backed Love Food Hate Waste campaign. He was winner of The British Guild of Beer Writers awards for Food and Beer writing; he has had his own cooking slot on BBC1 Regional Look North and was a regular chef on BBC 2's Food Poker. He is a regular on The Food Channel’s Market Kitchen, and launched the Love Food Hate Waste concept on this channel.
His first book, The Food and Beer Cook Book was published by Senate in 2006, and was also launched in Australia by Marshal Cavendish. Richard co-wrote Morrissey's Perfect Pint with Neil Morrissey which was published by Harper Collins in September 2008. Channel 4 then commissioned a three part series based on Neil and Richard brewing their own beer.
Richard’s expertise in the world of beer have made him a favourite personality for hosting gourmet beer and food events for Harvey Nichols, Fullers brewery, as well as The British Ambassador’s residence in Paris in support of British export. He has talked and demonstrated at The National Chef's Conference as well as numerous corporate and private events around the world. He has appeared on UKTV Food, Saturday Cooks on ITV, The Good Food Show on BBC Radio 4, to name but a few. He was also co-presenter with Neil Morrissey for an ITV series called Men Brewing Badly, which saw the dynamic duo travelling across Africa to the world cup. Richard is currently touring the country performing cooking demonstrations for the Love Food Hate Waste campaign, and is currently working on a new recipe book to be published in March 2012.
Catch Richard Fox at the following Tasting Australia events:
Kids in the Kitchen Presented by San Remo - Sun 29 April
Selector Word of Mouth - Sun 29 April
Miele Class Acts - Mon 30 April
Mantra on King William and Richard Fox's Beer and Food Degustation - Wed 2 May