With writers and chefs Sybil Kapoor and Jenny Linford
You may love to cook, and perhaps write too, but what really goes into making a cookbook?
Take a peek behind the scenes with two highly respected food writers, Sybil Kapoor and Jenny Linford, to find out about the process of writing and creating a cookbook, as they share their trials, tribulations and top tips.
Sybil Kapoor is the author of eight books including her latest Sight Smell Touch Taste Sound A New Way to Cook. She began her career as a chef in London and New York and has since won many awards for her writing, including two prestigious Glenfiddich Awards, two Michael Smith Awards from the Guild of Food Writers and Food Writer of the Year at The Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards 2015. Her features have appeared in the Guardian, The Sunday Times, and the Financial Times. Her bestselling books include Modern British Food, Simply British and Taste. She contributes to The Economist’s 1843 Magazine, House & Garden and the award-winning Borough Market Market Life magazine.
Jenny Linford is a food writer and author of over 15 books including The Chef's Library, featuring the favourite cookbook choices of over 70 acclaimed international chefs, and Food Lovers' London, first published in 1991 and still in print. Her work has appeared in Delicious, the Financial Times, Modern Farmer and the National Trust magazine. She runs Gastro-Soho Tours, offering personal guided tours around London's food shops. Travelling to Denmark, Italy, Malaysia, Singapore and Spain as well as travelling around Britain to meet producers including bakers, chocolate makers, asparagus growers, ice cream makers and farmers, her most recent book, The Missing Ingredient, showcases the voices of the people she has encountered and championed over 26 years.
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