Food for thought:

Lee Robinson
Lee Robinson

Lee Robinson is a director of Footprints accountants and lives in Mosborough with wife and company founder Julie, her son and their two-year-old daughter. Footprints is currently collecting gifts for under-privileged children as part of the Cash for Kids Mission Christmas.

Are you a cook?
I usually cook in the evenings after work for all the family.

Any cooking tips?
Don’t overcook your food – which may seem obvious but we all tend to do it.

What’s your favourite dish?
Chicken fajitas. The more peppers that are thrown in, the better!

And a drink to go with it?
A bottle of Corona beer with a slice of lime in the top.

Your favourite restaurant in the Sheffield area?
Chiquitos at Valley Centertainment. They serve great authentic Mexican food in a friendly atmosphere.

And pub?
In Ridgeway, the Phoenix Inn is a great quality pub.

What’s the worst meal you’ve ever had?
Probably serpent head fish which in Thailand they serve as a delicacy. The fish actually looks like a serpent and tastes disgusting.

And the best?
Frankie and Benny’s restaurant serve up some real tasty dishes from America.

Your favourite TV cook?
I like Gordon Ramsay simply because of the entertainment factor. He is rude, brash and just plain honest!

What do you think of Sheffield as a place to eat out?
It has completely transformed itself over the last 20 years, with an explosion of new restaurants: a great place to come and eat out.