Jo is the winner of the BBC "Cook of the Year" 2015 in the prestigious Food and Farming Awards.
Jo Ingleby is a chef who's passion is for creative cookery with vegetables, herbs and spices. Jo has had a rich and varied career in food and was awarded Cook of the Year for her work at Redcliffe Children's Centre where she cooked lunch for the centre's 120 children, all aged 2-4 and co-ordinated the Food Project-Young Children's Experimental Cookery. Jo is co-author of 'Young Children's Experimental Cookery' published by Routledge in 2016 and writes regular recipes and blogs for The Community Farm and Bristol Fruit Market.
Jo has worked as a chef for many years including three years as Head Chef for Demuths Vegetarian Restaurant, Bath. Jo also teaches cookery at several different schools and farms including the award winning Demuths Cookery School, specialising in knife skills, creative cookery and world cookery. Jo also works with a number of local community food projects, schools and farms encouraging Plot to Plate cookery and sustainable food.
Jo is Children's Food Ambassador for Camp Bestival.