For those who can remember the lovely Lorraine Pascale from her work in the 90s, she's now a chef with her own cookery TV series (news.bbc.co.uk):
She tried a number of career paths including modelling, interior design and working as a mechanic before presenting Baking Made Easy on BBC Two.
She grew up in Oxford where her father, a teacher at Oxford College, inspired her to search for the perfect job. "I wanted to do something different, something that was more fulfilling for me, so I just set out on this journey," she said.
Lorraine's new show is aimed at bringing baking into 2011. "Baking is fun, it's easy, it's therapeutic, it's relaxing, it's a joy really," she said.
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Love this thread yes we all know the faces of color that we see on a regular basis i.e. Chanel Iman, Sesilee, and Jourdann, though I love them it is refreshing especially from a models pov to see such variety.