77 | A Chat With Kate Young
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This week on Tea & Tattle, I’m in conversation with the food writer and cook, Kate Young about her fabulous book, The Little Library Cookbook. Originally from Australia, Kate now lives in London and works as a private cook, as well as hosting supper clubs, catering weddings and writing about food for various publications. Kate has a regular column in the Guardian where she shares recipes for dishes mentioned in her favourite books.
In today’s episode, Kate tells me about how she first started blogging about food in books through her blog, The Little Library Cafe, when she was picked up by the Guardian. Her book, The Little Library Cookbook, is an extension of her blog and column, and offers some seriously delicious recipes based on famous fictional meals.
This is a brilliant episode for anyone who loves to cook as well as to read.
Listen to learn more about Kate Young's fantastic book, The Little Library Cookbook.
- The Little Library Cookbook by Kate Young.
- Kate's Supper Clubs and TV Dinners.
- Castaway Buffet Podcast.
- Follow along with Kate's news on her: website, guardian column, instagram, twitter and facebook.
- Find me on instagram at @mirandasnotebook and @mirandasbookcase.
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"I don't trust books that don't have food in them!"
Thank you so much for listening and being a part of Tea & Tattle podcast. As always, I love to hear your thoughts, so please let me know:
What did you enjoy most about this episode? Are you keen to try some of Kate's recipes? What are some of your favourite meals in books?
Tune in for Tea Reads mini episode this Friday, and next Tuesday, Sophie and I are chatting about our favourite mystery book series.