Diana Henry is an award-winning food writer, journalist and broadcaster. She is the author of ten books including ‘Crazy Water, Pickled Lemons’, ‘Cook Simple’, ‘Roast Figs, Sugar Snow’, ‘Food from Plenty’, ‘Salt, Sugar, Smoke’, ‘A Change of Appetite’ and ‘A Bird in the Hand’. ‘Simple’ is her tenth. ‘A Bird in the Hand’ was a Top 10 Bestseller and also won a prestigious James Beard Award in March 2016. It won widespread critical acclaim with John Vincent writing in Metro, “I feel like becoming a monk and dedicating my life to Diana Henry and her chicken.”
Diana is the Sunday Telegraph’s food writer and has a column in Stella, the newspaper’s magazine. She also writes a monthly column in BBC Good Food Magazine and writes regularly for House & Garden and Red. Diana was named Cookery Writer of the Year in both 2013 and 2015’s prestigious Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards. She has also three times been awarded ‘Cookery Journalist of the Year’ by the Guild of Food Writers. A Change of Appetite was named Guild of Food Writers Cookery Book of the Year 2015. Recent broadcasts have included a dedicated two part special on Diana Henry on BBC Radio 4 The Food Programme and she is a regular on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour.
October 2nd, 2019 | 31 mins 26 secs
This episode Lara interviews Diana Henry in her kitchen about her newest cookbook, From the Oven to the Table. . Diana discusses where she gets her inspiration, what her sons think about her work and much more. Enjoy this interview and purchase your copy of From the Oven to the Table here.