Elisabeth is an award-winning food writer, journalist and broadcaster. As a natural history artist in an earlier life, she often illustrates her own work. She writes about food in its historical, geographical and social context and has also written four memoirs with recipes plus a couple of doorstopper novels.
Cookstrip: Around the World in 80 Dishes, a cartoon cookbook with step-by-step instructions for the dishes from all round the world that you really want to cook, is her latest project, currently funding via Unbound here: https://unbound.com/books/cookstrip/
Her latest memoir, Squirrel Pie and Other Stories was published by Bloomsbury in July 2016, and is out in paperback as of August 2017. Grub Street has just republished The Flavours of Andalucia (first published in 1992). She writes a monthly column for The Oldie magazine, The Amorist and is the incoming Chair of The Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery.
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