Gilly Smith started writing a TV and consumer column
for New Woman in 1991 while working in TV and Radio (GLR’s
glory days) as a freelance researcher. She moved on to food for
Taste Magazine when she was working on Channel Four’s investigative
food series Food File.
Her unique approach to food writing takes her through
kitchens and restaurants in conversations with some of the best
chefs in the world, but began with an interview at Harvey’s
with Marco Pierre White for Taste Magazine. His sexual references
and gastro punk attitude resulted in a feature on Radio One’s
Newsbeat at a time when young people were discovering good food
for the first time in decades.
She writes about the world that she finds; food,
kids, ecological issues, travel, health, and the good things of
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