Thomasina Jean "Tommi" Miers is an English cook, writer and television presenter. She is the co-founder of the Wahaca chain of Mexican street food restaurants. In 2005, Miers won the BBC TV cookery competition MasterChef impressing judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace with her bold and, at times, eccentric cooking style. She has made two series of cookery programmes for Channel 4 with further TV series following her TV debut.
In 2005 she won the BBC’s MasterChef competition. Thomasina then opened the Mexican street food cantina Wahaca which won the Observer Food Monthly’s ‘best cheap eats’ award and now has three branches in London. Mexican cuisine is still largely undiscovered in the UK.
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