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A Little Bit About Annie:

Annie has spent a lifetime enjoying learning, teaching and communicating about food. One of the country’s most prominent food stylists, home economist and food festival judges, she is also a respected broadcaster and presenter, both in television and radio, and has worked alongside top chefs including Gary Rhodes, Brian Turner, Ken Hom, Anthony Worrall Thompson and Sophie Grigson.

Initially a lecturer in food, nutrition and Cordon Bleu cookery, Annie began her media career working as a home economist, food stylist and producer on numerous television shows such as BBC TV’s Rhodes Around Britain, Sophie Grigson’s Sunshine Foods and ITV’sThis Morning. She has also been a presenter on many other programmes, including Open House with Gloria Hunniford and Channel 4’s You Are What You Eat.

Annie spent five years as PR manager at the York Festival of Food and Drink, and continues to be involved in food and drink at the highest levels, as a consultant for Yorkshire Life magazine, as a board member of the West Yorkshire Tourism Partnership, as the chair of the Yorkshire Life Food and Dink Awards and as well as a regular radio contributor and judge at various food festivals.

For more than 35 years, Annie has worked with the best products and the biggest names in the food industry including working alongside the Food Development facility at Hallam University. She has food covered from every angle – teaching and demonstrating, styling and judging, TV and radio broadcasting, events organisation, PR and marketing. Through her work with Absolutely Food, Annie really helps food and drink businesses to reach their full potential.


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Blog Posts by Annie

  1. Venison for Valentines
  2. February with Farmison & Co
  3. Juicing January
  4. Rollicking Rhubarb
  5. Juicy January
  6. December: The twelve dinners of Christmas!
  7. Prince Charles’s Message of Hope to Farmers
  8. November: Foodie Fireworks
  9. Farmison & Co: Keeping Food Real
  10. Autumn’s Perfumery
  11. Widening My Recipe Repertoire with Saturday Kitchen
  12. My Autumnal Kitchen
  13. August and September: A Harvest Festival of Flavours
  14. Barbecue Masterclass