Monday, April 14, 2008

4 Questions 4 Tamasin Day-Lewis

At the beginning of February I wrote about Tamasin Day-Lewis's wonderful book, "Where Shall We Go for Dinner?" And now I'm eagerly awaiting an even newer work: a big fat compendium of her recipes -- 1,000 of them -- titled "All You Can Eat," due in May. To complete my personal Tamasin triathlon, she recently agreed to answer four questions. I could have asked her a thousand.



1. CE: Last year, I had a wonderful biking trip in Puglia including a delicious multi-course meal at the home of a man active in the Slow Food movement.

I know from "Where Shall We Go for Dinner?" that most of your culinary experiences in the region weren't nearly as happy. Was that one of your worst food trips?

TDL: No, the trip to Puglia was hellishly . . . more »

9 comments:

lmc said...

I so want to be at that dinner! Fantastic Q&A, Casey.

Mevrouw Cupcake said...

Wow, how lucky that you could interview such a fabulous woman and serious foodie! I was first introduced to her writing when I picked up a second-hand copy of her Tarts with Tops On several years back, but never extended my collection further. Will definitely have to make the effort now!

Casey said...

Oh, you have SO much good reading ahead!

mikki said...

You have a real skill at getting all we need to know about a person wit just 4 questions, Casey! BUT HOW COULD YOU NOT ASK ABOUT HER BROTHER. I'm a bit obsessed with her father as well.

Casey said...

ahahaha--I know this shows my weirdness, but I'm MUCH more interested in her than in her brother. But I, too, am becoming more and more fascinated by her father.

Mignon said...

Good words.

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