Sheffield-born Howard Middleton has been baking since childhood. He first caught the public’s attention on series 4 of the BBC’s The Great British Bake Off and he went on to win their affection with his quirky style and love of unusual ingredients and, in particular, gluten-free baking.
Often remembered as the victim of the infamous ‘Custardgate’ incident, Howard even managed to produce some successful bakes, including a tea-flavoured biscuit tower shaped like a pagoda and a Black Forest cake complete with a chocolate bear.
His first book, ‘Delicious Gluten-Free Baking’ was published in September 2015 and he is a regular writer for the Great British Chefs website. He regularly demonstrates at food festivals and shows across the country.
For more information about Howard visit his website at http://howardmiddleton.com and to book a cookery lesson with Howard visit www.bakewithalegend.com