Kathryn Hawkins is an experienced home economist. She has been writing about food and creating recipes for over 30 years. She has written and contributed to over 20 cookery books. Alongside her writing, Kathryn is a food stylist and prepares food for photographs in magazines, books, advertising and food packaging, and on websites and TV. Based in central Scotland, she travels all over the UK and beyond for her work. Kathryn teaches and demonstrates on a variety of cookery subjects.
Jill offers a comprehensive Home Economist service throughout the UK (including Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, London, Edinburgh and Glasgow) , delivering a range of activities to customers including; performing live cookery demonstrations, creating and writing recipes and supporting well known TV chefs at food festivals. Jill also works as a food stylist and her work comprises of a wide range of services including styling for recipe leaflets, cookbooks, supermarket packaging, brochures and editorial images.
I have worked within education, health promotion and in business within the consumer marketing department for the meat industry. I can provide workshops and training for early years, primary or secondary staff, parents and young people.
Support early years’ settings or schools working towards achieving Healthy Schools status, the School Food Plan, or how to work together with young people and caterers to improve school meals. Recipe testing work, cookery demonstrations and support with developing primary educational resources to improve health and wellbeing.
Chris is a creative, experienced, commercially aware Home Economist with 30 years of experience. The prospect of new challenges and helping customers excites her. She trained as a Home Economist at Croydon College and has worked in foodservice both as a Contract Caterer and latterly as a Catering Adviser. As a hybrid Home Economist, she is equally comfortable giving advice to home cooks or chefs on tight budgets in hot, hectic kitchens.
Anne is a home economist with 20 years experience in a wide range of areas. She has worked as a product development technologist in industry, as well as recipe development and testing. In the food media, she has written for Prima magazine and worked at the Good Housekeeping Institute. For publishers, she tests recipes and adds editorial content for cookery books and for web channels. She has demonstrated home appliances for product launches and promotions, and organises food theatres for festivals, events and trade fairs, both directing, demonstrating and compering.