Mary Berry, a celebrity version of the popular BBC series, returns to judge ten celebrities’ home cooking skills

But who else judges the competition? And who is the host? And perhaps most importantly – who are the celebrities? Read on for answers and more …

Dame Mary Berry is, of course, an icon for her previous role as Head Judge on Great British Bake Off

While Angela Hartnett, MBE, is a former protégé of Gordon Ramsay, and you’ve seen her on previous episodes of Best Home Cook and Kitchen Criminals

And Chris Bavin is a TV presenter and food importer. In addition to judging previous seasons of Best Home Cook starring Mary and Angela, he is also a co-host of Eat Well for Less? with Gregg Wallace

Claudia Winkleman is back to host Best Home Cook’s celeb encore.She says this series will be very different

Not just because of the celebrities, but also because of the strict new social distancing measures

Speaking to the BBC, Claudia said, “We are socially distant so dance two meters apart I love Mary and we spent most of the time holding hands and being very close physically so that it is felt a bit strange at first

“However, we immediately got used to it and moved far enough apart.”

30-year-old Essex native says she is a natural at cooking and learned from her parents. Her mother taught her many vegetarian dishes while her father taught her the basics of making a top-notch British roast

He’s hoping to impress the judges with his personality when his cooking skills wear off. He’s a huge fan of chorizo ​​and plans to spice up his creations

Rachel, 55, is a British journalist from the famous Johnson family Yes, that family – she is the sister of our Prime Minister Boris Johnson

The writer doesn’t seem like a great cook in real life as she says her best recipe is macaroni and cheese, and she ordered a Thai takeout when she had Nigella Lawson for dinner

Karim, 27, is an actor and TV presenter who participated in Strictly Come Dancing with Amy Dowden in 2019 and is on the latest series of Celebs Go Dating

The star says he hopes to have a lot of fun on the show and hopefully inspires his young fans to get excited about cooking too, and he also says that his cooking game has improved significantly over all of the bans over the past year

Ruth Madeley is a British actress who starred in Years & Years and The Rook, among others. You may have seen her on Cold Feet and Pure

Ruth, 33, likes to keep her food simple and straightforward, and when all else fails, she is sure she will win over the judges with her sparkling personality and wit

Tom Read Wilson, 34, is best known for his role as the receptionist on Celebs Go Dating

But the classy star is also a trained actor and has appeared in several stage plays over the years

As for his cooking skills, he says he can make a wonderful tiramisu, but hates anything with peanut butter

Desiree, 43, is an American comedian and television host.About this side of the pond, you might have seen her on The Last Leg, Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, and The Big Narstie Show

The Yank says she is especially good at pudding, but also loves many traditional English dishes – including black pudding!

Gareth Thomas CBE, 46, is a retired Welsh rugby player who has been a rugby sports expert for several years

Despite his hugely impressive career, he doesn’t seem like a great home cook, he says he has even messed up baked beans in the past but knows how to make glamorgan sausages

Shobna, 54, is best known for the roles of Sunita Alahan on Coronation Street and Ameena Badawi on EastEnders

She has a gluten-free diet, but prefers simple dishes over fancy dishes. After a long day on the set, she is happy with canned fish on toast and once had a lasagna disaster when she poured a whole bottle of peppercorns over it

Ed, 53, is a retired Labor and Co-op MP who has grown into a media star.He joined Strictly with Katya Jones in 2016 and has presented several documentaries for BBC Two

The former politician is a traditionalist when it comes to his cooking style, and says his most impressive dishes are lasagna and roast beef with Yorkshire pudding

Celebrity Best Home Cook is on BBC One and starts Tuesday the 26th January, at 9 p.m.

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