Sophie Wright (chef)

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Sophie Wright is an English chef, one of the youngest[citation needed] stars of British cuisine, and author of two cookery books.

During her training at Westminster Kingsway College she regularly took part in national and international culinary competitions and is still a regular competitor. She left as both the highest achieving female chef and highest competition chef of the year. Sophie has now stacked up over 20 gold medals both nationally and internationally.

Wright has appeared on Great Food Live, ITV Daily Cooks and Food Poker on BBC2.

However the most exciting and eventful so far is the launch of her new company Sophie Wright Catering,[1] with the ability to cater for a bespoke intimate dinner party for 10 to a corporate contemporary event for up to 2000. Capitalising on her experience catering for private events both in the UK and Europe.

Her first book, Easy Peasy, won the Gourmand easy cookbook of the year award in 2008 and her second Home at 7, Dinner at 8 was released in March 2011.

Wright has also been voted one of Red Magazine's top 20 women under 30 “Culinary Queen" 2011.[2]

From a young girl to a young women, Sophie Wright has continued to improve her cooking and catering skills. Whilst at Westminster Kingsway College she showed her amazing potential and now dazzles us all with her professional cooking skills in all that she does.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Corporate, Wedding, Event & Party Caterers, London". Sophie Wright Catering. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 
  2. ^ "20 under 30". Red Online. Retrieved 2013-10-07. 

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