“Miranda worked with us on our recent publication How to cook the Victorian Way with Mrs Crocombe. There was an intensive few months of testing historical recipes and the recreating them in the Victorian kitchens of Audley End House for the photography shoots. She was a joy to work with – professional, efficient and good humoured – and the food that we got to try out once the shoots were done was fantastic”

Katherine Davey, Publishing Manager, English Heritage

“I have known Miranda for over 15 years now and have always enjoyed working with her in a professional capacity.  She is organised and passionate about her trade and is very knowledgeable.  When i was asked to put a team together by Dr Annie Grey for a historic food project for the BBC, Miranda was the first person i thought of who’d be more than capable of delivering such a task.  Miranda was faultless and thorough in her research and her technical ability always shines through.”

Sophie Wright, Food Writer & Broadcaster

“I love working with Miranda and Ian. They are consummate professionals, and make everything very easy, from planning, to cooking, to delivery – and the often neglected clear down. They (obviously) produce excellent food, both to admire, and to eat.”

Dr Annie Gray, Food Historian, Author, Broadcaster & Consultant

“Miranda Godfrey is an incredibly experienced chef and teacher with over 30 years’ experience in the business, designing and leading culinary courses in some of the best cookery schools in the country. I had the pleasure of working with her when doing cookery demonstrations at Westminster Kingsway College and would highly recommend her.”

Jordan Bourke, Chef, Author, Broadcaster

We hugely appreciated everything – you were absolutely great, and the food was really amazing.”

Lulu Relf, Spun Gold TV

“From the team behind Wartime Britain, we all want to say a big thank you for your contribution, both on and off screen, which have helped to make a truly touching and thoughtful show, resonating especially during these current restrictions.”

Rebecca Duke, Production Manager, Viacom International studios UK