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Miranda Gore Browne

Miranda Gore Browne achieved widespread acclaim as a finalist on the first series of BBC2’s The Great British Bake Off. She was highly praised for her home baking, which was described consistently as both delicious and beautiful. Mary Berry remarked that Miranda reminded her of herself when she was younger. Miranda made a great impression with her “signature bake” biscuits in the form of perfectly dainty decorated shoes, pretty dresses and stylish handbags. Miranda also featured in BBC2’s The Great British Wedding Cake.

Miranda spent a successful career immersed in Foods at Marks & Spencer, where she gained a wide base of knowledge and expertise in the food industry. She set up and ran the in-store coffee shop business – Café Revive, brought products to market as a commercial food buyer, developed ranges and set up a successful takeaway food partnership which was the precursor to Simply Foods. This experience has led her to be in demand as a food specialist, consulting for food businesses. She also runs bespoke corporate team days.

Miranda’s first book, BISCUIT (published by Ebury 2012) features recipes for a tempting variety of biscuits. Miranda’s second book ‘Bake me a cake as fast as you can’ was published in August 2014.

Miranda is a member of The Guild of Food Writers and was a judge for the GFW blog awards 2016. Miranda’s has written baking features for magazines, including Sainsbury’s Magazine, Squires Kitchen Hobbycraft. Her recipes are featured across a wide range of media.

Miranda has established a reputation for wonderful home baking. Her recipes and baking ideas have attracted a keen following, and Miranda has received wide recognition through invitations to work with amongst others, The National Trust, Squires Kitchen, Hobbycraft, Kenwood, The Cake and Bake Show and Goodwood – teaching, guest speaking and demonstrating. Miranda has filmed with the Lakeland Dairy, for, worked alongside Simon Rimmer, Giles Coren and William Sitwell as a member of the panel of Food experts for the Kenwood Foodie Bucket list campaign, is a member of the advisory board for Clarion Communications and works as an ambassador for Chalon UK, Kenwood and AGA.

Miranda is an Ambassador for the National Children’s Charity, ‘Dreams Come True’ , she helped to create the ‘Dream Tea’ campaign. She is also an ambassador for The Carers Trust working to grow Britain’s Best Breakfast campaign. Miranda worked with Fairtrade to create their ‘Homemade with Fairtrade’ campaign and to grow the awareness of the impact of Fairtrade amongst the baking community.

Miranda is asked regularly to give masterclasses and baking demonstrations and has recently started •THE KITCHEN SCHOOL• at her home in the heart of the South Downs National Park teaching cookery, baking and homemaking. She appears at Food Shows and Festivals across the country.

Miranda featured in ‘The Essential Guide: How to make a perfect afternoon tea.’ (DVD) with Sofie Allsopp. She has filmed baking podcasts for Ladybird books and filmed and narrated children’s stories for Toddler Fun Learning on YouTUBE which have each received over 90,000 views.

Miranda thrives on sharing her love of baking and putting it at the heart of life. She lives with her husband, three small children, five chickens and puppy in the pretty Sussex countryside. Follow her on Twitter or on Instagram to share her baking adventures.