Podcast: Cooking The Books with Kate Young

Podcast: Cooking The Books with Kate Young

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This week, Kate Young, award-winning food writer and cook, joins Cheryl Akle to discuss her book The Little Library Cookbook. Together they talk about Kate’s love of all things food and literature, and how she came to be a successful food writer.

Podcast Guest: Kate Young

Kate Young is an award-winning food writer and cook. As a dedicated bookworm, Kate’s reading inspires her in the kitchen. After mastering the treacle tart from Harry Potter, Kate started blogging about her creations and was named Blogger of the Year in 2017 by the Guild of Food Writers. Her first book, The Little Library Cookbook, was shortlisted for Fortnum & Mason’s debut food book award and won a World Gourmand food writing award. Kate has written for The Guardian, Sainsbury’s Magazine and The Pool. Originally from Australia, Kate now lives in the English countryside.

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                      1. Donna Gow says:

                        omg! I just heard the interview with Kate Young. I am so inspired with this lovely young lady. What a fantastic idea.

                        I am a late bloomer with reading. I never really read a book when I was a child, not even the school novels. Now I am reading a book around 1 a month. I listen to your pod’s, I really find them so helpful. I read a lot of war based stories. The pod gives me a different perspective as it lets me know about the author as well. As I am a very personable person this lets me build up a personal connection with them, which I love. Thank you for doing this I am a big fan and will continue to listen and reading different types of books.

                        I love holding and smelling the book, however I have got a kindle my daughter brought me which is better to travel with as I travel by train.

                        Thanks once again, I will continue to read even in the cronia virus world I am not traveling, I try and read before sleeping. Keep up the great work!

                        Please stay safe in these uncertain times.

                        One very happy listener/reader.