Is there anything she can't do? Prue Leith has played a key role in the revolution of Britain's eating habits since she opened Leith's Restaurant in the late Sixties when London was a gastronomic desert. The restaurant gave Prue a taste for business and led to the foundation of a chef's school and catering companies that still bear her name. In 1990 Prue was named Business Woman of the Year. She is currently Chair of the School Food Trust, charged with improving school meals, as well as being a judge on the successful BBC television series, Great British Menu. Prue has written numerous cookbooks, and her bestseller, Leith's Cookery Bible, is regularly updated and still in print. She has been a food columnist on the Daily Mail, Sunday Express, Guardian and Mirror. More recently, her novel Choral Society established her talent as a novelist, which was cemented by A Serving of Scandal.