Thursday February 20, 2020

Carry on Kemping

She’s been a chef, an author and a businesswoman. Now Domini Kemp is about to add another string to her bow with a new Virgin Media TV series. But, she tells Elaine Prendeville, this will be a food programme with a difference

9th February, 2020
Domini Kemp has been teaching prisoners at Wheatfield Prison. Picture: Fergal Phillips

“Hmmm . . . 5am, maybe? To get some work out of the way.”

Author, businesswoman, TV personality, and very early riser. At 50, Domini Kemp‘s is an increasingly full plate, making 5am feel reasonable. “I like to get up and get a start on the day,” she explains, “working through emails with plenty of filter coffee. With cream. Always with cream . . .”

Kemp was not always, she smiles, an early bird....

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