Nancy Lam, the ninth of 10 children, came from modest beginnings in Singapore. Today she is a British TV personality with a restaurant run by her daughters and husband and an array of TV credits. She came to England in 1970 and did odd jobs, working as a cleaner and eventually studying nursing. But it was in 1984 when her passion and flair for cooking took her down a new career path. After a friend asked her to cater an event, she was inspired to set up a home catering ...
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