Angela Gray has worked prolifically in the food world starting her career as a personal chef working in Europe and North America. Her clients included an esteemed list of Counts and Countesses and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber. Angela moved on into the restaurant business where she developed her relaxed style of cuisine with a strong Mediterranean influence.
She returned home to Wales where her culinary path led her to three years of full time study for a BSc (Hons) degree in Food Science. Whilst studying Angela also ran a small fine dining catering business and held a twice-monthly cooking club in her home. The club lasted for 15 years and was to form the basis of the cookery series that was to come her way.
She was talent spotted after producer Mark John (Vision Thing) read some of her magazine articles. Next came two cookery series for BBC Wales, Hot Stuff and More Hot Stuff. Since then she has made several television programmes for the BBC and for UKTV Food. She also has several radio series to her credit including My Life On A Plate and Packed Lunch. She has penned two books, and contributed to another two, and a third is on its way. Angela remains a consistent contributor to the BBC, with a regular appearance on The One Show with Jay Rayner. The segment for The One Show is filmed at Llanerch Vineyard Cookery School. Angela opened the school last year and in its short existence has already been voted into the Top 10 UK cookery schools by The Independent.