When it comes to Dominique Woolf's successful career change from singer-songwriter to #1 Sunday Times Best Seller, the proof is in the pudding.

With a love of food being her first passion, Dominique decided to hone her skills at Leiths School of Food and Wine before spending lockdown harnessing her creative home cooking; creating big, bold and flavourful dishes for every night of the week. This led her to launching her own business, The Woolf's Kitchen, selling a range of award-winning sauces inspired by her Thai auntie, Dang.

In 2020, the sauces won a Great Taste Award and in 2022, the London-based, Thai-English mum of three won Jamie Oliver's The Great Cookbook Challenge on Channel 4 with her easy Asian-inspired food. The book that followed, Dominique's Kitchen, went on to become a #1 Sunday Times Best Seller. Her next cookbook, The Asian Pantry, is due out this June.

Dominique is available for expert comment pieces, chef profiles, recipes, TV, Podcast & Radio appearances and more.