Prue Leith: chef, restaurateur, broadcaster, journalist, novelist and, of course, The Great British Bake Off judge talks to us her about her time in South Africa and Paris, and how that helped shape her attitude to food. We hear about some of her cooking mishaps, making sandwiches for both toffs and builders, being the first woman to have a proper restaurant in London and why she hates washing up.
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