We’re welcoming Anna Sulan Masing back on Saturday 28 October as she hosts an afternoon celebrating women writing about food in all its forms and genres from fiction
We’re welcoming Anna Sulan Masing back on Saturday 28 October as she hosts an afternoon celebrating women writing about food in all its forms and genres from fiction and recipe book, to memoir and origin story.
Featuring Angela Hui, Bre Graham, Emma Hughes and Chloe Rose Crabtree, we’ll be gathering for a panel conversation, kefir making, wine and tea, and the chance to browse lots of brilliant cookery books. The event starts at 2pm and we’ll be hanging out at the shop for the afternoon.
Angela Hui is an award-winning journalist, editor and author of Takeaway: Stories from a Childhood Behind the Counter. Her work has been published in gal-dem, Guardian, Financial Times, Sunday Times, Independent, Lonely Planet, Refinery29, and Vice, among others. She was the former food and drink editor at Time Out and lifestyle reporter at HuffPost. Currently, she’s freelance.
Bre Graham is a food writer, editor and author. Originally from Sydney, she grew up in Singapore and has been based in London for the last eleven years. Currently, she is the Lifestyle Editor at Courier Media, writes the hit weekly food newsletter Dishes To Delight and has written for Harper’s Bazaar, The Guardian, Vogue, VICE and more. She hosts podcasts, events and supper clubs and works across a number of projects from live events to content creation. Her debut cookbook Table For Two was published by DK Books at Penguin Random House in January 2023 and has been a big favourite at Real Magic.
Emma Hughes is a London-based writer and editor whose work has appeared in the Guardian, Time Out, Wired, ES, Grazia, Condé Nast Traveller and more. By day she’s the Features Editor of Waitrose Food magazine, and by night she writes books. Her first novel, No Such Thing As Perfect, was shortlisted for the Lucy Cavendish Prize, and her latest, It’s Complicated, was published by Penguin this summer – it’s about friends, families and fertility issues.
Chloe-Rose Crabtree is co-founder of SOURCED, and a chef, historian, writer and editor. She focuses her research on how food cultures develop and flourish. You can find her cooking and baking at Bake Street in Stoke Newington where they offer coffee, bakes and a changing menu of weekend specialties.
Dr Anna Sulan Masing is co-founder of SOURCED, and a writer, academic and poet. She is co-founder and editor-in-chief of Cheese magazine, and her podcast series, A Taste of Place by Whetstone Radio Collective launched in September 2022. Her debut book, Chinese And Other Asian, will be published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
(Saturday) 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM