Homecooked book launch in Featherston… Saturday 20 Nov

Food is a vehicle for story telling and it offers an endless amount of scope with its key characters, locations, drama and, hopefully, a delicious kind of resolution. Even a recipe is a kind of story, says food writer and author Lucy Corry, whose new book will be launched at this event. It is called Homecooked and we’ll delve into the inspiration behind her book and the challenges of writing, cooking and bringing the two together.

Join me for an hour next Saturday 20 November at 3pm for an artisan food fair and the launch of Lucy Corry’s new book, Homecooked,

* Buy tickets here for $25 per person on Eventfinda.

The event is part of Featherston Booktown and includes an artisan food fair that begins at 1pm at the Anzac Hall Complex and, yes, caffeine will be on hand, care of the Martinborough Coffee Company, alongside olive oil, kombucha, cured meats and a range of other local products from the Wairarapa.

Author: Joelle Thomson

I am a wine writer, author and educator... first bitten by a big buttery Chardonnay on a dark and stormy night in the 1980s and there was no turning back... Follow my tastings and join some too on this new site.

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