James in China

Britain’s Food Ambassador, Multi world award winning cookery writer, China Food TV presenter and AGA Brand Ambassador, James McIntosh has grown up around good home-cooked, British food.Untitled-4

As a Home Economics teacher, his mother taught him the value of good food and James’ farm related upbringing influenced his ‘from farm to fork’ theme within his career.

James has spent a lot of time travelling across China taking part in award winning TV documentaries and appearing on the famous China TV show “Day Day Up” with an audience of up to 1 billion.

James is passionate about British Food, especially from his Northern Irish roots and has a plethora of knowledge about the brands and produce that make up the culinary experiences of the British Isles. James is now taking that knowledge abroad. As a World Food Traveller, his journey through life now takes him to China, where as the ambassador for AGA, he will be promoting Great British food and manufacturing alongside a long standing Great British brand.

James’s food travels started at the age of 18 when he toured Siberia. Since then he has travelled across Europe and into the Baltic States, Japan, Middle East, Australia, North America, Caribbean, North Africa and China;  launching the AGA PRO+ in the USA and Canada as well as co-presenting a 20 part TV series are some of the highlights of his achievements. For more information about James in China visit www.james.cn.com  and enjoy his blogs below

China Food TV

Food Adventures on the Silk Road – Another Award

AGA Rangemaster and China

AGA Goes to China

Day Day Up… Up Up and Away

Where did you get that hat!

Animal Nitrate Avatar and the Hallelujah Mountain

Welcome to China Vagas

James and The Great Wall

The Peking Duck, in Peking

Dancing Girls

Culinary Team GB at Birds Nest Stadium, Beijing

Good Morning to the Night – China Daily from James

James McIntosh – Promoting British food and manufacturing in China

Best in the World invites British food brands to join him in China

The 3 Musketeers 

Jimmy’s Visit and the London Book Fair

Jimmy’s Visit not off to a good start!


I predict a maggot, I predict a maggot….

Lost in China

The Silk Road