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Aaron Middleton

Aaron recently captured the nation’s hearts, and taste buds in BBC1’s MasterChef the Professionals 2021. He has over a decade of Michelin star experience, working with many of the industry’s big and well respected names – having become that himself. Growing up in Winslow, Aaron had a strong interest in cooking from the very start. From 16 years old, Aaron worked with chef Steven Bulmer at Brook Hall Cookery School. Soon after,  working under Raymond Blanc and Gary Jones in the kitchens of the two Michelin-starred Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons.

He then moved on to London’s 2 Michelin starred The Ledbury, where he served under Brett Graham. Before being headhunted to take on the senior role at Ollie Dabbous’ new project, Hide.

Aaron then said goodbye to London, and took the role of head chef for Sir Richard Branson on his private Island in the BVI. He has since returned the UK, to share all the tricks of the trade that can be used at home, and show you just how fun cooking can be.