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Bitter honey : recipes and stories from Sardinia / Letitia Clark.

Clark, Letitia, (author.).

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Woodbury Public Library 641.594 CLARK (Text to phone) 34018150371617 Adult New Nonfiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 1784882771 : HRD
  • ISBN: 9781784882778 : HRD
  • ISBN: 9781784882778
  • ISBN: 1784882771
  • Physical Description: 1 volume ; 25 cm
  • Publisher: London : Hardie Grant Books, 2020.
Subject: Cooking, Italian > Sardinian style.
Cooking, Mediterranean.

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Bitter Honey : Recipes and Stories from Sardinia
Bitter Honey : Recipes and Stories from Sardinia
by Clark, Letitia
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Bitter Honey : Recipes and Stories from Sardinia

Letitia Clark was born in the UK in 1987. After completing a degree in English Literature at Durham University she put her love of food into practice and completed the diploma course at Leith's School of Food and Wine. Her first professional kitchen was The Dock Kitchen, where she worked for a year. Craving the literary side of her life she went back to Edinburgh University to complete a Masters in English Literature, while cooking and baking in the now notorious Peter's Yard in the evenings. From here she briefly pursued a career in publishing, before feeling herself called back to the stove and becoming head baker at Spring. She worked her way around the pastry and savory section, before accepting a job as Head Pastry Chef at the now Michelin-starred Ellory. After 7 months here, with itchy feet yet again, she moved to Morito, where she met her Sardinian partner, Luca, who was also a chef. Craving open spaces, rustic Italian food and a self-sufficient lifestyle they quit their jobs and London and moved to rural Sardinia. Here they are building a small farm and dairy, while Letitia writes about the food they cook and records the recipes.

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