Oliver wins food personality of the year

23/03/2009 - 00:00
Jamie Oliver has been named Observer Food Monthly's Food Personality of the Year at an awards ceremony hosted by Mariella Frostrup.

The winners were selected by the readers of OFM and a panel of food experts who recognised them for their contribution to the food industry. Winners included Woolcool for Best Innovation and The Albion, Islington for Best Sunday Lunch. A new category was also introduced and awarded to David Hall for his Spiced Pumpkin and Whisky Bread Pudding. The full list of winners: Food Personality, Jamie Oliver Best Breakfast, The Wolseley, London Ethical Contribution, Fife Diet Best Innovation, Woolcool, Shropshire Best Place to Drink, Bramble, Edinburgh Best Cheap Eat, Byron, London Best Newcomer, Cornish Sea Salt Co. Best Sunday Lunch, The Albion, Islington Best Ethical Restaurant, Riverford Field Kitchen, Devon Best Independent, Rare Tea Co. London Best Producer, Carroll's Heritage Potatoes, Northumberland Outstanding Achievement: Fergus Henderson Best Restaurant, Moro, London The judging panel included: Alex James, cheese maker, Sheherazade Goldsmith, columnist and environmental campaigner; Tom Parker-Bowles, food writer; Ruth Rogers, owner, the River Café; Jay Rayner, Observer food critic and Nicola Jeal, OFM editor and chair of the judging panel.

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