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3 April 1960|
London, England, United Kingdom
London-born, she studied French Cuisine at Ealing College for three years, before cooking in top hotels, and winning awards including a scholarship to the Hotel Intercontinental in Düsseldorf. She then joined Prue Leith's restaurant, where she was promoted to senior chef. She then worked as a freelance corporate chef and caterer for government officials before joining Leith’s School of Food and Wine as an instructor, rising to head teacher.
A panel of dietary experts recently publicly praised Waters for the use of ‘good fats’ in her recipes.
- Goodchild, Sophie (11 March 2009). "Nigella excess celebrity chefs are roasted for fat-filled recipes". Evening Standard. Retrieved 15 August 2013.
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