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Celebs Turned Foodies

Whether whipping up artisan cheeses or wowing us with their monster appetites, these celeb superstars just can’t suppress their love of food.

Chrissy Teigen

Sports Illustrated model and wife of crooner John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, proved she was more than just a pretty face when in February 2016 her cookbook Cravings was released and became a New York Times bestseller. Often delighting fans with her delicious but also nutritious recipes, the mother of two is at her happiest in the kitchen.

Dwayne The Rock’ Johnson

Former wrestler and Hollywood heavyweight Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson has one of the best body’s in Hollywood, and not surprisingly it takes an awful of work to create something that impressive. This often means eating vast amounts protein-rich food, which can then be turned into mighty muscles in the gym. In fact, Dwayne’s calorie consumption has become legendary on social media, to the extent that his cheat meals ought to carry a ‘don’t try this at home’ warning.

Fearne Cotton

Fearne Cotton used to be famed for her rock and roll antics, but since become a mum to Rex, 5, and Honey, 2,  the former Radio 1 presenter has been following  far healthier lifestyle. After suffering from clinical depression after the birth of her first child, the Celebrity Juice star discovered that cutting out sugar and caffeine made a huge difference to her mental state, and also that writing about her journey was hugely cathartic. This led to a series of books which put food and happiness at the forefront, transforming Fearne into a foodie guru along the way.

Alex James

Alex james’ transformation from Britpop rocker to artisan cheese producer took everyone by surprise, but even more shocking is just how good his cheeses actually are. After his runaway success with Blur, he moved to the Cotswolds, purchasing a farmhouse and renovating it into a burgeoning cheese farm. The 200-acre cheese farm in Kingham, Oxfordshire, now produces award-winning cheeses including 'Alex James Presents' – a range of British artisan cheeses – 'Good Queen Maude', 'Blue Monday', 'Little Wallop', 'Farleigh Wallop', and most recently 'Goddess'.

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