Imogen is certainly an entrepreneur to keep your eyes on this year, after gaining experience working with top caterers and teaching cookery, one including working as a chef for the high-profile company Ski Verbier, she decided to put her skills to use, which resulted in starting capital cooking in early 2009.
Imogen has always had an eye for the cooking business, first starting when she was 8 years old, she was sent to her first cookery lesson by her mother, then to doing Home Economics GCSE, she also completed a month’s cookery course at a cookery school called The Grange in Somerset at 18 after leaving school and then finally crowned it by completing a diploma at Leiths School of Food and Wine after completing her degree in Economics from Durham University.
She said she once cooked solidly for 2 weeks for 24 people, 3 meals a day, including all the planning of menus, shopping through to the preparation and cooking of all meals.
This Year She hopes that Capital Cooking add its name to the number of high-quality London caterer which offers a personal service and pays attention to every detail from the original planning of the event to the clearing up at the end.
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