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- Harold McGee
- Harriet Anne de SalisVery little has been written about the personal, or professional, life of Harriet Anne de Salis (23 January 1829 - 18 April 1908), who often published under the name of Mrs de Salis. She was a very well-selling English cookbook and household management author at the end of the Victorian age -- the Gilded Age, as some call it.
- Harumi KuriharaHarumi Kurihara is a celebrity TV homemaker in Japan, and the author of around 40 cookbooks, with 15 million in sales (as of 2009.) She is not a chef, but a home cook, whose advice includes the presentation of food down to setting tables, and arranging flowers -- presentation of food still being an important aspect to Japanese cooking. Her fans are known as Haru-ra.
- Henri CharpentierHenri Charpentier was a French chef who lived in America, and who every year, received (and looked forward to) a Christmas card from Britain's Royal Family. Henri was more a chef (in the true sense of leader) or restaurateur than a cook, usually having people work for him, with him looking after overall direction, and the customers.
- Henry John Heinz
- Hermitage RestaurantThe Hermitage Restaurant was a famous restaurant in Moscow, operating in Moscow for 53 years, from 1864 to 1917. It was located in a building, which is still extant, at the corner of Petrovsky Boulevard and Neglinnoj Street on Trubnaya Square (Trubnaya Ploshchad.) The building now (as of 2009) houses the Moscow School of Modern Drama Theatre.
- Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
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