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Cristina Bowerman

"Ultimately I want to be a role model for women in the kitchen."

A winding career path that involved law, forensic science and graphic design eventually led Cristina Bowerman into the culinary world. Upon completion of a course in culinary arts in 2004, Bowerman embarked on what was to become a hugely successful career as a chef. Following a year spent honing her culinary skills, Bowerman moved to Rome and began working in the Glass Hostaria. From there, her career skyrocketed. In 2010, she was awarded a prestigious Michelin Star, just one award in a long list of honours that includes recognition for her social endeavours as well as her culinary prowess.

In addition to a stellar cooking career, her keen business acumen shines through in her hugely successful ventures Frigo and Romeo. Bowerman also acts as an ambassador for the Mediterranean diet.


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Recipes For Change: Chef Bowerman’s take on cooking from home under lockdown

March 2020 - STORY

As the world adjusts to life with COVID-19, we’re asking our Recipes for Change chefs to share some world-class recipes that you can make with ingredients you’ve already got in your home cupboard. Michelin-starred Chef Cristina Bowerman shares two simple and nutritious recipes involving chickpeas.

Recipes for Change: Dhindo – corn flour purée with nettle leaf curry and pickled tomatoes – Nepal

March 2020 - STORY
Climate change is contributing to increasing temperatures and droughts in Nepal, where corn and tomatoes are a staple food.