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Nicholas Cameron Abell Nairn, Chef; Proprietor: Nairns Restaurant, Glasgow, 1997-2003, Nick Nairn Cook School, Port of Menteith, since 2000; Director, Taste of Scotland, 1996-2003; b. 12.1.59, Stirling; 1 d.
Education: McLaren High School, Callander.
Merchant Navy, 1976-83. Presenter: Wild Harvest, BBC2, 1996, Ready Steady Cook, BBC2, since 1996, Celebrity Ready Steady Cook, Who'll Do the Pudding, BBC1, 1996-97, Wild Harvest Two, BBC2, 1997, Island Harvest, BBC2, 1998, Kitchen Invaders, 2000, So You Think You're a Good Driver?, 2002, Nick Nairn and the Dinner Ladies, 2003; Chef/Director, Braeval Restaurant, Aberfoyle, 1986-96; Hon. President, Drambuie Scottish Chefs National Cookery Centre, 1997-99; Chef/Consultant, Tesco; Winner, Scottish Field/Charles Heidsieck Scottish Restaurant of the Year, 1990; Good Food Guide County Restaurant of the Year, 1991; Macallan/Decanter Scottish Restaurant of the Year, 1992; Scottish Field/Bowmore Restaurant of the Year, 1992; STB Thistle Award for Contribution to Tourism through the Media; Glenfiddich Award for Contribution to Food and Drink, 2002; Winner, Glenfiddich Food and Drink Award, 2004 (Best Food and Drink programme for Nick Nairn and the dinner ladies); Member, Advisory Board, Scottish Chefs Association; Lifetime Achievement Award, SCA; Hon. President, Chefs' School; Member, Masterchefs of GB; author of several books about cooking.
Recreations: cycling; wind-surfing; wine; eating out; travel; Scottish art; fly fishing.
Address: (b.) Nick Nairn Enterprise, Nick Nairn Cook School, Port of Monteith, Stirling FK8 3JZ;
Tel:.-01877 389 900;
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