Alongside her design career, Natasha has a huge passion for cooking and all things food. She proved her culinary prowess by winning journalist versions of two of the most well-known cookery shows - Masterchef & The Taste - which you can read more about below.
Channelling her two loves of design & food, Natasha aims to bring simple, highly visual cooking methods to those who want to produce hight quality dishes without the complication of elaborate recipes or cheffy techniques. She recently launched her easy-to-follow video instructions 'Supperstories' on Instagram Stories, with witty and stylish graphics and the occasional jokey asides.
Follow @natashatomalinhall #supperstories to catch her latest offerings.
Winner of Journalist Masterchef 2010
Up against 10 other journalists, Natasha took part in the world renowned cookery competition Masterchef, and won with her almond and prune stuffed pork loin invention.
Winner of Journalist The Taste 2013
Following the success of her Masterchef win, Natasha took part in another journalist version of the television show 'The Taste' judged by Nigella Lawson, Ludo Lefebvre and Anthony Bourdain. She won for a second time, beating 11 other contestants to 1st prize with her herb crusted rack of lamb, minted peas and dauphinoise potatoes. The judges were 'incredibly impressed that she managed to pull off her rack of lamb in 45 minutes and thought the balance and proportions of her dish were excellent'.
Cooking with Familiar Faces
Natasha has also had the pleasure of making saffron buns with baker and columnist, Ruby Tandoh and cinamnon swirls with Liz Truss.