Move over Julia Child.
There’s a new cookbook wizard in town and she’s just 15-years-old.
Tilly Ramsay, the daughter of superstar chef Gordon Ramsay, is set to release her first cookbook in the spring 2017, reports the Mirror. Tilly’s tome will be released by the same company that publishes her father’s cookbooks-- Hodder & Stoughton.
It will also compliment her CBBC series “Matilda And The Ramsay Bunch,” now in its second season. The show has already been renewed for a third run.
The book will feature 60 of Tilly’s recipes along with some cooking tips from the "Masterchef" host himself.
"Dad might think he’s the best cook in the Ramsay family but I can beat him hands down when it comes to scrummy home-cooked food that everyone loves,” Tilly told the Mirror.
It looks like Ramsay is up for the culinary challenge.
“There's quite a lot of rivalry in our house, especially when it comes to cooking,” said Gordon. “Tilly's a very good cook. In fact, she is the number one in the household.”
While Tilly may be a little young to release a cookbook, she’s not the only prodigy in the food business.
Last September, 16-year-old Flynn McGarry opened his first restaurant in New York City. The California cook, known for his focus on fine dining, emphasizes working with luxury ingredients like foie gras and caviar.