is a graduate of St Andrew's university, mother of six and a
past Masterchef finalist who has always had a passion for cooking.
She is self-taught, with an approach to food based on knowledge
of tight budgets and limited time. Campaigning for healthier
diets and for cookery teaching at Primary schools, she writes
articles and recipes extensively for newspapers and
magazines. She is a member of the Guild
of Food Writers, and also develops recipes for Tern
Fi and Dr Stephen Bird are the founders of Stirrin'Stuff,
which works in partnerships to educate children about food.
Stirrin'Stuff is committed to sustainable development and ethical
best practice. Dr Bird has recently completed a course in human
nutrition. In May 2008 Matthew Fort wrote that "Fi acts like a frontier food marshal. She gallops from school to school, from community to community, bringing with her experience, passion and boundless enthusiasm." when reviewing the campaign for his Round Britian with a fork column in the Guardian Food Magazine.
In December 2007 The Scotsman
newspaper printed an interview with Fi, which is accessible
online by clicking
here. In December 2009 Fi also appeared on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour to discuss Christmas Kitchens. To listen to it click here.
A Stirrin' Stuff demonstration in York was recently reviewed in the Yorkshire Post.
Read Fi's Blog at http://glenlandmotherofsix.blogspot.com/
Contact Fi by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or telephone (07894126179)