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Niki Segnit
Author of The Flavour Thesaurus and Lateral Cooking
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Niki Segnit Mar 22
How did it turn out?
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Niki Segnit Mar 21
Replying to @AttractionF
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Niki Segnit Mar 10
And I'll attempt to be funny in a bad way on the night. You'll have to be there or......
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Niki Segnit Mar 10
Interesting. I will IG the original USA Flavor Thesaurus cover sometime soon for your consideration!
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Niki Segnit Mar 9
So many wonderful food events at the British Library. and I will be discussing food writing & humour, with some readings too. Come along and share YOUR favourites.
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Niki Segnit Feb 27
Replying to @Nigella_Lawson
Love the title and cover. Really looking forward to it.
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Niki Segnit Feb 17
Hannah Glasse!
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Niki Segnit Jan 28
Yes. I think I even tried one at the GBK. Maybe it had pineapple in it too!
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Niki Segnit Jan 27
Replying to @HVCoombs
Oh no! All that whisking :(
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Niki Segnit Jan 25
I was going to take a picture of the Kurti/Blanc book, but the quote is impossible to resist. Do listen tomorrow, Monday or on BBC Sounds.
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André Simon Awards Jan 18
Head over to our Instagram at andresimonawards for more information on how to win a copy of Angela Clutton's “The Vinegar Cupboard” from this year’s shortlist.
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André Simon Awards Jan 17
The Way We Eat Now explains how modern food, in all its complexity, has transformed our lives and our world. This is a book about the good, the terrible and the avocado toast
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André Simon Awards Jan 15
From lettuce and herbs, through cabbages and even tea, Catherine Phipps explores the world of culinary leaves through meticulous research, evocative writing and fool proof recipes in Leaf
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André Simon Awards Jan 14
Ned Palmer takes us on a journey across Britain and Ireland to uncover the histories of old favourites and new cheeses in 2019 shortlisted book A Cheesemonger's History of The British Isles
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André Simon Awards Jan 13
Shortlisted book The Forager’s Calendar is a month by month handbook for foraging in the woods, fields and seashores of Great Britain by the country's foremost expert in foraging, John Wright
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Niki Segnit Jan 10
Replying to @Don_McGruder
And I thought it was more of a cat book. Bon Appetit.
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André Simon Awards Jan 10
In The Whole Fish Cookbook, Sydney’s seafood chef Josh Niland reveals a completely new way to think about all aspects of fish cookery, inviting readers to treat fish with exactly the same nose-to-tail reverence as meat
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André Simon Awards Jan 9
Burma: Food, Family & Conflict by Bridget and Stephen Anderson combines historical research, family stories, and regional recipes to give a flavour of life & struggles from colonial Burma to contemporary Myanmar
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André Simon Awards Jan 8
Learn the many great ways vinegars can be used to balance and enhance flavours in Angela Clutton's The Vinegar Cupboard which is shortlisted  in this year’s
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André Simon Awards Jan 8
Great Review in about Tim Anderson’s which has been shortlisted for this year’s André Simon Awards
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