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Rose Gray, MBE (28 January 1939 – 28 February 2010) was a British chef and cookery writer. With Ruth Rogers, she set up The River Café in 1987, which won a Michelin star in 1998. It was here that the talents of Jamie Oliver were first spotted. She had a profound influence on a generation of celebrity chefs including Oliver, Theo Randall and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, the latter stating that she had had more influence on him than any other person he had worked with. She wrote a series of cookery books and presented a twelve-part television programme for Channel Four, "The Italian Kitchen", in 1998.

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  • Rose Gray, MBE (* 28. Januar 1939 als Clemency Anne Rosemary Swann in Bedford; † 28. Februar 2010 in Marylebone) war eine britische Köchin und Kochbuch-Autorin. Gemeinsam mit Ruth Rogers gründete sie 1987 das River Café in London. Sie erhielt dafür 1998 einen Michelin-Stern. Dort begann auch die Karriere von Jamie Oliver. Daneben beeinflusste Rose Gray weitere prominente Köche wie Theo Randall und Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
  • ローズ・グレイ(Rose Gray, MBE、1939年1月28日 - 2010年2月28日)は、イギリスの女性シェフ、料理書作家であり、1987年にロンドンのイタリア料理店、リバー・カフェ (The River Café) を、ルース・ロジャースとともに創業した共同経営者であった。この店は1998年にミシュランガイドの星を獲得した。またこの店は、ジェイミー・オリヴァーの才能が最初に注目された場所でもあった。グレイは、オリヴァーやヒュー・フィアンリー=ホイッティングストール (Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall) をはじめとする世代の有名シェフたちに深い影響を与えており、フィアンリー=ホイッティングストールは、一緒に働いた誰よりも大きな影響を彼女から受けたと語っている。グレイは一連の料理書を書き、1998年にはチャンネル4で全12回のテレビ番組『The Italian Kitchen』の主役を務めた。
  • Rose Gray (28 de janeiro de 1939 - 28 de fevereiro de 2010) foi uma chef e escritora britânica.
  • Rose Gray, MBE (28 January 1939 – 28 February 2010) was a British chef and cookery writer. With Ruth Rogers, she set up The River Café in 1987, which won a Michelin star in 1998. It was here that the talents of Jamie Oliver were first spotted. She had a profound influence on a generation of celebrity chefs including Oliver, Theo Randall and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, the latter stating that she had had more influence on him than any other person he had worked with. She wrote a series of cookery books and presented a twelve-part television programme for Channel Four, "The Italian Kitchen", in 1998.
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  • Rose Gray, MBE (* 28. Januar 1939 als Clemency Anne Rosemary Swann in Bedford; † 28. Februar 2010 in Marylebone) war eine britische Köchin und Kochbuch-Autorin. Gemeinsam mit Ruth Rogers gründete sie 1987 das River Café in London. Sie erhielt dafür 1998 einen Michelin-Stern. Dort begann auch die Karriere von Jamie Oliver. Daneben beeinflusste Rose Gray weitere prominente Köche wie Theo Randall und Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
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