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Allegra McEvedy (Allegra Sarah Bazzett McEvedy) was born on 1970-11- in Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom, is a Chef, broadcaster, writer. Discover Allegra McEvedy's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 50 years old?

Popular As Allegra Sarah Bazzett McEvedy
Occupation Chef, broadcaster, writer
Age 51 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 1970-11-
Birthday 1970-11-
Birthplace Hammersmith, London, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Allegra McEvedy Net Worth

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In 2015 she replaced Mary Berry as one of the two judges in the BBC TV series Junior Bake Off. She also judged the 2016 Junior Bake Off alongside Nadiya Hussein. In 2016 she is one of the judges of BBC Radio 4 Food and Farming Awards, judging the Cook of the Year award.


McEvedy was born and raised in Hammersmith. Her father Colin McEvedy was a consultant psychiatrist, historian and writer; her mother was a writer. She was privately educated at St Paul's Girls' School, attending the school at the same time as Daisy Garnett, later food columnist of The Observer. McEvedy's mother died when she was aged 17. As a consequence of this, and the stress arising from coming out as gay, she found adjusting to adult life difficult and was expelled from school—though she nevertheless took and passed her A-levels.


Allegra McEvedy has been a Patron of The Fairtrade Foundation since 2012.


A six-part BBC Two series Economy Gastronomy, presented by McEvedy and Paul Merrett, began in August 2009 and was accompanied by a book of the same title.


She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2008 Birthday Honours for services to the hospitality industry.


McEvedy was the Chef in Residence at The Guardian starting 2007. However, her last article there was printed in February 2015.


In August 2006 she formed a civil partnership with Susi Smither. The couple dissolved their civil partnership in 2012. She was engaged to Jack Monroe but the relationship ended in 2015, before they married.


McEvedy co-founded Leon, a healthy fast-food restaurant group, with Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent. Leon opened its first outlet in Carnaby Street in 2004. Six months after opening, Leon was named the "Best New Restaurant in Great Britain" at the Observer Food Monthly Awards. In March 2009 McEvedy gave up her role at Leon to focus on writing and television work, but she remains a shareholder in the business.


Upon returning to London, McEvedy joined The Good Cook group, initially as Head Chef of The Tabernacle, a community restaurant in Notting Hill, and later as Head Chef of The Good Cook in Kensington High Street. In summer 2000 she set up the first outdoor café in the Zaha Hadid Pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery. Between 2002 and 2004 she was the inaugural Chef in Residence at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. McEvedy opened Blackfoot, a pork-focused restaurant in Exmouth Market, London, in December 2013; it remained open until February 2016.

McEvedy published her first book, The Good Cook (Hodder) in 2000, and in October 2006 published her second, Allegra McEvedy's Colour Cookbook (Kyle Cathie). It won the International Association of Culinary Professionals 2007 Cookbook award in the Chefs and Restaurants category. In October 2008 her third book, Leon: Ingredients & Recipes (Conran Octopus); Giles Coren of The Times said it was "Without doubt, the coolest food book I have ever seen."


McEvedy completed her classical French training in 1991 at the Cordon Bleu in London. She also obtained the Higher Certificate from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust.


Allegra Sarah Bazzett McEvedy MBE (born November 1970) is an English chef, broadcaster and writer.