Paul Scott
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p8
UNTIL recently, Paul Hollywood's Friday nights followed a touching and familiar pattern. After the staff at his artisan bakery business near his Kent home had left for the evening, and all was peaceful, the celebrity chef would let himself in the back door.


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