Glamorous, creative and more than a little bit cool, healthy eating guru Gizzi Erskine creates food... as stylish as she is
A teenage tearaway and punk fan, Gizzi spent eight years working in a piercing parlour before enrolling at the prestigious Leith's School of Food and Wine. After graduating as the top student in 2003, she won a placement at BBC Good Food Magazine and began to establish herself as a food writer and stylist.
Since then, the fashion-loving foodie has contributed to numerous magazines including Marie Claire, Sunday Times Style, Elle USA, Arena, Company, Fabulous, and InStyle, and written two cookery books. She began her career on Channel 4 by fronting two series of Cook Yourself Thin, helping people overhaul their diets by giving their fatty favourites a healthy makeover. In 2011 she joined Richard Corrigan to host Cookery School, putting amateur chefs through their paces with ten weeks of culinary lessons and challenges.
Clad in vintage dresses with her trademark beehive, Gizzi's distinctive style adds to her expertise to produce exciting, colourful recipes that are a pleasure to make and eat.
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