I've been a shit husband. I feel sorry for my kids.
I was told to take it to make the night shift go easier - but I blew it into the loo. I was too scared to take it. I'm happy I didn't. I have seen what it does to great chefs.
As soon as I was old enough to peer over the worktops, I remember being fascinated by what went on in the kitchen. It just seemed such a cool place, everyone working together to make this lovely stuff and having a laugh doing it.
I'm sure everyone thought I was a spoiled brat, ... I always had whatever trainers I wanted, and I can honestly say I earned every single penny. My old man never gave me handouts. Ever. In fact, he was repulsed by the idea.
Many kids can tell you about drugs but do not know what celery or courgettes taste like.
All I ever wanted to do was to make food accessible to everyone to show that you can make mistakes - I do all the time - but it doesn't matter.
Stop being a vegan and start enjoying what you eat.
What I've enjoyed most, though, is meeting people who have a real interest in food and sharing ideas with them. Good food is a global thing and I find that there is always something new and amazing to learn - I love it
I like ties but I prefer not to wear one when I'm nervous.
We achieved such a lot in England with the school dinners campaign. Could we do the same in the States Absolutely.
It is great to be bringing this type of training to another part of England, we hopefully will continue to open restaurants and inspire in many more areas that would benefit from having the Foundation.
Passion, family, verve for life, living off the land, adultery, 'cause they're all shagging each other.