Half-Thai Dominique Woolf won the Channel 4 television show The Great Cookbook Challenge with Jamie Oliver in 2022. She wowed the judges with her simple, accessible, everyday, Asian recipes, and has since gone on to become a number 1 Sunday Times Bestseller with her book, Dominique’s Kitchen.
Dominique contributes recipes to magazines such as BBC Good Food, Ocado Life and Sainsbury’s, and has appeared at numerous food festivals including BBC Good Food, Pub in the Park, Ludlow and Aldeburgh.
She is also the founder of The Woolf’s Kitchen which sell a range of Asian sauces, chilli oils and pastes inspired by those her Thai auntie used to make. Auntie Dang’s now legendary tamarind sauce was so mind-blowingly good, Dominique had no choice but to create her own version and so The Woolf’s Kitchen was born. Starting in the middle of lockdown 2020 with her three young children in tow (then aged, 3, 4, and 5), she began selling to local shops and delis. Her products are now stocked in The Co-op and Selfridges.
Dominique is passionate about sharing her love of big, bold flavours and Asian cuisine, and inspiring people to get cooking. She lives in London with her husband and three little taste testers, and is currently writing her second book.
To book Dominique, or to chat about collaborations or events, please call Martine on 07825 720018 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org