Celia Brooks Brown

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Celia Brooks Brown is a renowned American chef, author, and television presenter based in the United Kingdom. She is best known for her contributions to the field of vegetarian and vegan cuisine, and her work has been instrumental in promoting healthy and sustainable eating habits.

Early Life and Education[edit | edit source]

Born in Colorado, United States, Brooks Brown moved to the United Kingdom in 1989. She studied drama and English literature at the University of Colorado Boulder before pursuing her passion for food and cooking.

Career[edit | edit source]

Brooks Brown started her culinary career in London, working in several renowned restaurants. She gained recognition for her innovative approach to vegetarian and vegan cuisine, and her ability to create dishes that were both delicious and nutritious.

In 1999, she launched her own business, 'Celia Brooks Brown's Gastrotours', which offered guided tours of London's food hotspots. The tours were a hit, and they helped to establish Brooks Brown as a leading figure in the UK's culinary scene.

As an author, Brooks Brown has written several successful cookbooks. Her books, such as 'New Vegetarian' and 'World Vegetarian Classics', have been praised for their creative recipes and their focus on healthy, sustainable eating.

Brooks Brown has also made numerous appearances on television. She has been a guest on shows such as BBC's 'Saturday Kitchen' and 'Good Food Live' on the UKTV Food channel.

Personal Life[edit | edit source]

Brooks Brown is a committed vegetarian and has been since her teenage years. She is passionate about promoting the benefits of a plant-based diet, both for individual health and for the environment.

Recognition[edit | edit source]

In recognition of her contributions to the culinary world, Brooks Brown was awarded the Guild of Food Writers' 'Cookery Journalist of the Year' award in 2002.

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