About the Author
Tamasin Day-Lewis is the daughter of poet laureate Cecil Day-Lewis and the sister of the actor, Daniel. After a distinguished career as a documentary film-maker, she began to write about food. In her six years as the chief food columnist for the Daily Telegraph she gained a reputation for clear, erudite recipes and support for local, seasonal produce. Her 12 cookery books, including Tamasin's Kitchen Bible, Good-Tempered Food, Supper for a Song, and a food and travel memoir, Where Shall We Go for Dinner? Tamasin has made two TV cookery series for UKTV Food and still gives masterclasses all over the world. She lives in Somerset, and Battersea, London.
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