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Lorraine Pascale

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Lorraine Pascale trained at the prestigious Leith’s school of food and wine. She then went on to graduate with a first class honours degree/summa cum laude in Culinary Arts Management at London’s University of West London. Whilst studying she participated in several ‘stages’ at some in some of the best kitchens in the London run by chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Marcus Waring and Tom Aikens.

During her final year of University, Lorraine opened a bakery in London’s Covent Garden selling cakes, tray bakes and cupcakes and it was at the time she filmed her first Television series ‘Baking Made Easy’ which along with the book was an instant hit in the UK.

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