Celebrity chef Keith Floyd, who has died of a heart attack aged 65, was known for his exuberance, love of international food, wine and exotic locations. He is seen here in 1992 on a gastronomic tour of Spain.
His early culinary style had an emphasis on seafood, and he shot to fame on the back of his 1985 series Floyd on Fish. He died at his partner's home in Dorset on Monday.
His series are regarded as pioneering for taking television cookery out of the studio, and delivering it in a more lively, improvisational and engaging way.
The chef went on to present his shows from around the world, including France, Spain, Italy, Australia and the US, cooking on location in his unique chaotic style.
The books off the back of his series made Floyd a wealthy man, but he lost it all after ploughing £1m into his dream pub, The Maltsters Arms in Devon.
The chef more recently appeared on channel Five and had been in negotiations with the BBC about a return. He is seen here in 2000 sporting his trademark bow-tie on the BBC comedy chat show You Only Live Once.
Following his death, Floyd was described as "not just one of the best, he was the best television chef" by one of today's successors, Jamie Oliver. Raymond Blanc said: "In his own characteristic way, Floyd was a genius."
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