Georgia Levy is a recipe developer, food writer and consultant whose upbringing in rural Oxfordshire revolved around two questions: what are you reading, and what’s for dinner? With a mother determined to grow her own and a seasoned food writer for a father, pursuing the union between food and words was Georgia’s natural calling.
She initially spent five years working under Rose Gray and Ruthie Rogers at the River Café. It was here that the seasonal, straightforward cooking of Georgia’s childhood took on a new significance, confirming her belief that exceptional food can be created with just a few simple ingredients. Georgia applied this mantra at Jamie Magazine, where she spent a couple of years learning how to write recipes and style shoots, and a further two years working with chef Stevie Parle on his cookbooks and weekly Daily Telegraph columns. After a successful stint running her own catering and consultancy company with a friend, in 2016, Georgia became the resident recipe developer at Natoora, fruit and vegetable supplier to London’s most prestigious chefs. During this time she was also Thomasina Miers’ right-hand woman for eight years, helping with her Guardian column and cookbooks.
Georgia first cookbook LET’S DO LUNCH will be published by Harper Collins in September 2022.