By Mark Foster
The Yorkshire-born award-winner is returning to his northern roots to pass on his skills at this year’s Homegrown Food Festival in Northallerton in the summer.
The television regular will be heading a renowned line-up of chefs at the popular event, which is now in its third year and has grown from humble beginnings in 2012.
Last year it attracted more than 4,000 visitors and 70 stallholders and also won a major award under the national Market Towns Alive initiative – and Mr Turner is a whole-hearted supporter of its aims.
“I can’t wait to be part of the Homegrown Food Festival,” he said.
“This is where the campaign is as good as it gets. Great producers of fab foods. It’s always great to visit God’s own county.”
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