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Tom Parker Bowles

Non-fiction author and TV show host who won the Guild of Food Writers 2010 award for his work on British food. He presented Market Kitchen on Good Food Channel from 2007 to 2010.

He was a junior publicist for Dennis Davidson Associates’ PR firm from 1997 to 2000.

His first cookbook, E is for Eating: An Alphabet of Greed, was published in 2004. He has written for GQ, Esquire, and The Mail on Sunday. 

He married Sara Parker Bowles in 2005. His parents are Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Andrew Parker Bowles.

He and Tana Ramsay are both non-fiction food authors from England who presented on Market Kitchen.

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How old is Tom Parker Bowles? He was born in 1974, he is 49 years old.

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Tom Parker Bowles Wiki

Tom Parker Bowles Wiki/Bio
Famous asNon-Fiction Author
Age49 years old
BirthdayDecember 18, 1974
BirthplaceWestminster, England
Zodiac SignSagittarius
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Quotes by Tom Parker Bowles

When I was 18, I went to India and was stupid enough to drink the tap water. I ended up with dysentery. It’s not an experience I wish to go through again.

— Tom Parker Bowles

People moan about Twitter, people being rude and trolling. Just turn it off. Life goes on.

— Tom Parker Bowles

My father would go shopping, and he was supposed to buy loo roll or something, but he’d always come back with some fish or shellfish. And we’ve always had fresh vegetables from the garden. He is a massively keen gardener, so he grew all our tomatoes, artichokes, asparagus – whenever he wasn’t working, he was in the garden.

— Tom Parker Bowles

It’s rubbish to say that just because it’s organic, it’s better. There’s good organic, and there’s bad organic. We should all be thinking about taste, not some stamp on the package.

— Tom Parker Bowles

The diet is a twisted, noxious thing, all tortured abstinence and short-term fraud. I speak from bitter experience. As a restaurant critic, I eat to live and live to eat. And having a toxic aversion to exercise, there is little to prevent the inevitable bulging of my gut. Hence the need for the occasional diet.

— Tom Parker Bowles