Born in Northern Ireland, Diana Henry’s life-long love affair with cooking began when she spent a year in France as a 15-year-old exchange student. She started her career on TV as a producer of food programmes including TV Dinners presented by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. She moved onto food journalism after the birth of her first child, writing regular features for the Telegraph, and was named the Fortnum and Mason Cookery Writer of the Year in 2013. Henry is also a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 4.
Her first book, Crazy Water Pickled Lemons, came out in 2002 and was shortlisted for the Glenfiddich award. Since then she has published several bestselling cookbooks, including Cook Simple (2010), A Bird in the Hand (2015) which won the James Beard Award 2016, How to Eat a Peach (2018) and From the Oven to the Table (2019).
Cookbooks by Diana Henry
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