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Sarah Rainey is a features writer for The Daily Telegraph. She writes on a range of issues, from popular culture to history, fashion, health, politics, gender and the royal family - but mostly, she writes about her favourite subject: food. Originally from Northern Ireland, Sarah graduated from the University of Cambridge with a First in Law, but moved into journalism to escape the rat race. She speaks fluent Spanish and once lived in Madrid; now she lives in a small flat in south London with her fiance, a collection of withered tomato plants and an overflowing larder. Sarah is a prolific cook, baker and Heston Blumenthal wannabe. Her foodie achievements include making a cake for The Great British Bake Off's Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, attempting the Masterchef invention challenge and churning out 339 traybakes in a single weekend. Trawling through the Telegraph's food archives, spanning 116 years of recipes, interviews and kitchen tips, was a dream task, making her feel equally inspired and hungry.

Bee Wilson writes 'The Kitchen Thinker' food column for The Sunday Telegraph's Stella magazine, for which she has been named food journalist of the year three times by the Guild of Food Writers. She also contributes book reviews to The Sunday Telegraph and other newspapers, and is the author of three books on the history of food.

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How to Jug a Hare The Telegraph Book of the Kitchen by Sarah Rainey, Bee Wilson
How to Jug a Hare The Telegraph Book of the Kitchen
Sarah Rainey, Bee Wilson
Beautifully photographed, The Telegraph Book of the Kitchen is a year of recipes from the Telegraph archives – a large range of recipes from quick fixes to elaborate – and even strange dishes. An inspiring cookbook that will also make...
Format: Hardback - Released: 01/01/1970

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