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Philip Vickery (born 2 May 1961 in Folkestone, Kent) is an English celebrity chef. He is the former Head Chef of the Castle Hotel, Taunton where he won, amongst other awards, 4 AA rosettes and the AA Chef of the Year. While working for the Castle Hotel he gained 4 restaurant's Michelin Star.

Family

His mother is Teresa vickery and Father Robert Vickery. He has Two Brothers; Michael Vickery and Christopher Vickery.He is married to Fern Britton, and has one daughter Winifred (2001) and is stepdad to Fern's Three children from her first marrage.


He currently appears on the television programmes Ready Steady Cook and This Morning.

He has written ten books, Just Food, published by Headline in 1999.

In September 2008, Vickery began advertising food products and promoting special offers for supermarket chain Aldi, after signing a two year deal with the chain.

In 2009 he recorded a series of exclusive and intimate interviews with goodtoknow.co.uk which included advice on how to deal with kids who are fussy eaters.[1]

In March 2010 Coeliac UK, the national charity for people with coeliac disease, announced that celebrity chef Phil Vickery is their new Food Ambassador.

For more information go to Phil's official web site .[2]

Books

  • Phil Vickery's Puddings (2009)
  • Seriously Good Gluten Free Cooking (2009)
  • The Little Book of Great British Turkey Recipes (2008)
  • Britain: The Cookbook (with Lee Steve) (2007)
  • Ready Steady Cook: The Ten-minute Cookbook(with Ross Burden, Gino D'Acampo, James Martin, and Nick Nairn (2006)
  • A Passion for Puddings (2006)
  • The Complete Gammon Cookbook (2006)
  • Proof of the Pudding (2003)
  • Phil & Ferns Family Food (2002)
  • Just Food (1999)

References

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