TV Chef/Presenter, author, food and travel writer, culinary innovator, consultant and international Judge of the iTQi Awards (International Taste and Quality Institute of Brussels).
Winner of the MBA "Entrepreneur of the year" Award 2012
Awarded "The Maitrise Escoffier"
Awarded the ACF "Palmes Culinaire"
Winner of the iTQi "Superior Taste Award"(Brussels)
Winner of 2 Golden Stars iTQi Award"(Brussels)2013
Winner of the Anuga Taste Innovation award (Germany)
Winner of the coveted "Winner of Winners" Gold Excellence in food and drink Award (UK)
Winner of the Innovative Product of the Year Award (UK)
Winner of the "Best potato recipe of the world" (Peru)
Winner of the "Midlands Innovation of the Year Award (uk)
Finalist of the ACF "Development chef of the year award (UK)
Finalist for Midlands Exporter of the year 2011 & 2012
Winner of 5 International gold awards for Fat sculpture
Judge of the iTQi Food Awards (Brussels) 2010,2011,2012 and 2013.
Judge of the "Tsingtao Legacy of Taste Best Chinese Restaurant of the Year Awards" 2010 & 2011.
Judge of the "British Guild of Food Writers Book Awards" 2012
Creator of the Unique, multi award winning, mediaeval 15th century old English “Ale-Gar © , ”.
"The most unique ingredient to be created this century".
NEW TV SERIES "From Birmingham to Bombay" 19th-23rd August 2013 on food network UK.
New : Cold Pressed Virgin "Macadamia nut oil", one of the healthiest oils in the world! wins 2 Golden Stars from the International Taste and Quality Institute of Brussels .
Brief introduction to Alan Coxon
Alan Coxon is a world-renowned chef, a TV presenter with hundreds of shows to his name screened around the world, the author of 3 cookbooks, a food archaeologist, an international judge, the creator of a unique multi award winning food range and recently the producer presenter, writer, creator and exec producer for a new TV series soon to be screened entitled "From Birmingham to Bombay ©".
Alan has dazzled the world over with his scintillating dishes and fun interactive cooking style. He has a natural passion for culinary history that helps to bring his TV and cookery demonstrations alive, revealing historic originations and fascinating facts of our everyday ingredients.
Ranked amongst the Top 10 TV Chefs of the world by BBC world viewers, Alan has starred in TV shows across the globe, cooked for kings and celebrities and is an inspiration in countless kitchens with his range of award winning historic ingredients and cookbooks.
The combination of his in-depth knowledge of ingredients combined with his infectious passion for sharing have culminated in Alan being described as the "Stephen Fry" of the food world whilst his historic range hailed as some of the most exciting culinary products to hit the shelves in modern times.
Member of the Academy of Culinary Arts.
Member of British Guild of Food Writers.
Member of the Association Culinaire Francaise .
Master chef of Great Britain.
Member of the Craft Guild of Chefs.
Member of the International Travel Writers Alliance
Additional accolades :
Voted within the top 10 favourite BBC TV Chef presenters in a worldwide consumer poll.
Food Ambassador for Worcestershire and the Stratford Upon Avon Food festival 2011 and 2012.