Behind the scenes of the Dairy Diary – meet the team

Once a month, I will give you a behind the scenes look at the Dairy Diary and you can meet the team.

We are a small group but each
one of us is very different…..
this week we meet Nick, THE BOSS!

Nick Rowe is our Executive Editor and has been working on the Dairy Diary for more than 15 years!

He is based in our Cheshire office or Eaglemoss North as he likes to call it.

Here are a few facts about Nick:

What is your role within Dairy Diary? I manage, and make sure we have a wonderful team to put the best product together we can, each and every year!

What’s the best thing about working on the Dairy Diary? Trying all the brand new recipes.

What’s the worst thing about working on the Dairy Diary? Managing the Managing Editor (ha ha says me, Managing Ed!)

Tell us something we don’t know about you. I have played in a game of football against Martin Peters* (but I am a lot younger than him!). I once showed the Dairy Diary to the Countess of Wessex – but she doesn’t cook!

What are your favourite things in life? Fuller’s beer and Adnam’s beer.

Beef WellingtonWhat is your favourite Dairy Diary
or Dairy Cookbook recipe?

Beef Wellington from
Around Britain Dairy Cookbook



* Martin Peters, MBE, scored England’s second goal in their 4:2 victory against Germany in the  1966 World Cup final.


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