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There is a new guest chef on This Morning, teaching host Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby how to make delectable dishes.
This young culinary expert is Joseph Denison Carey, and he has already been on the hit breakfast show a fair few times already, either in the studio or via video link.
But who is this handsome star, and how exactly does he know Holly Willoughby?
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Who is This Morning guest chef Joseph Denison Carey?
Joseph is an up and coming chef, who is also the founder of The Bread and Butter Supper Club alongside his to friends Henry and Noah, who he met while studying at King Alfred School in North London.
He went on to study chefing in Parma, Italy, at ‘ALMA – scuola internazionale di cucina italiana’.
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He has worked in top restaurants across London including Gabriel Waterhouse’s ‘The Water House Project’ in Bethnal Green and Pidgin in Hackney.
Joseph set up The Bread and Butter Supper Club "as a way to keep moving forward in the culinary world", but dreams of starting his own restaurant.
How does Joseph Denison Carey know Holly Willoughby?
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Once when Joseph was on This Morning, Phil asked how Holly knew him.
Introducing the guest chef, he said: "Joseph is going to join us now live from East London, this is right up my street Joseph, I cannot tell you, fried chicken sandwich.
"Are you going to declare an interest?"
Holly replied: "Good morning! Yes I am, Joseph I have known since he was teeny teeny tiny, so it's really weird for me to sit here now and see you all grown up on the telly! Are you ok?"
Joseph added: "Well yeah, I am happy to be here! I am happy to be here on the telly with you."
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Phil then joked:"That was a very caring, 'Are you ok?'"
"Your pedigree is amazing, you were running Bread and Butter Supper Club in Hackney before lockdown, with your mates.
"But you've lived in Italy, worked under Michelin-starred chefs, this is a hell of a pedigree!"
Joseph replied: "Yes, thank you! I moved to Italy just after school, it was terrifying but amazing, I learnt some wicked skills over there that I will never forget."
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