Jo Pratt is a regular face on Market Kitchen cooking delicious no-fuss recipes.
Jo graduated in July 1995 from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA honours degree in Home Economics. She went on to work with Gary Rhodes at the BBC Good Food Show in November 1996, before becoming the main home economist for all his series and books.
Jo has worked with many other celebrity chefs including Ainsley Harriot, Anthony Worrall Thompson, Jamie Oliver, Tony Tobin and Brian Turner on various television, demonstrations and photography projects.
Following her success at Elle magazine with her monthly food column, she is now food editor of Glamour magazine and food writer for the Saturday Mail Weekend magazine. She co-wrote The Nation's Favourite Food in 2003, and provided the recipes for dishes voted for by the British public to accompany the eponymously titled TV series. In 2007, Jo published In the Mood for Food and then in 2009 she published her third book In the Mood for Entertaining.
The Nation's Favourite Food, BBC Books, 2003
In the Mood for Food, Penguin, 2007
In the Mood for Entertaining: Food for Every Occasion, Michael Joseph Ltd, 2009