Food You Can't Say No To Cover Image

About the Author: Tamasin Day-Lewis

From an illustrious family, Tamasin has also made a name for herself, in her own niche: cooking.

Tamasin is the daughter of Cecil Day-Lewis, poet laureate, and her brother is the acclaimed actor, Daniel Day-Lewis. She has established a career as a respected food writer - combining sophistication, literary skill and culinary class.

As well as writing a weekly food column for The Daily Telegraph, Tamasin's cookbooks have covered a range of comforting, rural recipes, from the preparation of seasonal dishes and picnics to the art of pie-baking and 'proper', slow cooking. She is a food purist and is known for her valiant promotion of all things organic and regional. She champions local products versus the supermarket giants.

Tamasin's books are refreshingly different for several reasons. She writes "for people who appreciate good food, for people of all skills." She collects recipes on her travels and sees her recipes as "a link with people" and her style is totally unique. Half novel, half practical, her pages are filled with fascinating background information on ingredients, memories, historical anecdotes, and all in impressively poetic language. Her book West Ireland Summers was a collection of favourite recipes taken from and inspired by her childhood in County Mayo. The rural theme continues in Tamasin's two series' for Good Food Channel, in which she cooks at her family home in the country.

Food You Can't Say No To Cover Image

Find the best price forFood You Can't Say No To

Goodreads rating: 4.00

Hardcover, by Quadrille Publishing Ltd

ISBN10: 1844009734 | ISBN13: 9781844009732

Page count: 192

Food writer Tamasin Day-Lewis presents over 100 tempting recipes using simple ingredients and no-fuss techniques, all with an extra twist that makes them irresistible.

Compare New Book Prices for Food You Can't Say No To


Categories for this title

Compare book prices with SocialBookco. Get by at the best price. This book is for ISBN which is a copy .