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Silvana de Soissons, "Sophie Grigson's Cookery School", The Foodie Bugle Journal, 29 December 2012. Written to accompany a Channel 4 television series, this is a celebration of the huge variety of colours, tastes and textures of vegetables from around the world. Sophie Gregson's salads and starters, main courses and side-dishes, soups and preserves, are designed to inspire both meat-eaters and vegetarians. The recipes include baked monkfish with coriander and red peppers, summer vegetable terrine and Szechuan green beans. Hester Sophia Frances Grigson (born 19 June 1959) is an English cookery writer and celebrity cook. She has followed the same path and career as her mother, Jane Grigson. Her father was the poet and writer Geoffrey Grigson, and her half-brother was musician and educator Lionel Grigson. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate 2012-05-25 14:06:38 Bookplateleaf 0002 Boxid IA137017 Boxid_2 CH116501 Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II City London Donor

She won the Guild of Food Writers Cookery Journalist of the Year Award in 2001 for her work in Country Living magazine. [8] She is a keen supporter of organic and local food suppliers and is an advocate for decent children's food. She is a patron of the Children's food festival.

Food & Drink: The year of eating exotically: Sophie Grigson travelled the world in search of good taste and found the piece of cod that passeth all understanding", The Independent, 24 December 1993. This book is a celebration of the huge variety of colours, tastes and textures of vegetables from around the world. Sophie Grigson's salads and starters, main courses and side-dishes, soups and preserves, are designed to inspire both meat-eaters and vegetarians. The recipes include baked monkfish with coriander and red peppers, squash risotto and Sichuan green beans. Grigson's television debut came in 1993 with the 16-part series Grow Your Greens, Eat Your Greens on Channel 4, [6] which won the Caroline Walker Prize (Media Category). [7] Her more recent television work includes Sophie Grigson in the Orient and Sophie Grigson in the Souk for Travel Channel.

Rosann Greenstreet, "Time and place: Sophie Grigson on the country farmhouse where she grew up", Sunday Times, 17 February 2008. Jonathan Sale, "Education: Passed/Failed: Sophie Grigson" (interview), The Independent, 25 September 1997.

Ocr_converted abbyy-to-hocr 1.1.20 Ocr_module_version 0.0.17 Openlibrary OL7851530M Openlibrary_edition urn:lcp:eatyourgreens00soph:epub:9390542b-1640-41d2-a8e8-2a8289907ba9 Foldoutcount 0 Identifier eatyourgreens00soph Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t7pp09n21 Isbn 0563367385 Sophie's Cookery School, based in Oxford was the first dedicated pop-up cookery school in the country. [9] [10] She currently lives in Puglia in the south of Italy, [11] where she runs a small catering company, Trulli Delicious. [12] There are food and wine tours with Sophie Grigson and "Great Experience Travel". Archived from the original on 24 January 2010.

Grigson was born in the village of Broad Town, [1] near Swindon, Wiltshire, in 1959 and attended Oxford High School. [2] [3] From there she went on to study mathematics at UMIST, Manchester. [4] After graduating in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics (she was vice-president of the UMIST Alumni Association), she worked for a time as a production manager of pop videos for groups including Bonnie Tyler and the Style Council. Having inherited her mother's love of food, she found she also enjoyed writing about it. Her first food article, published in 1983 in the Sunday Express Magazine, was entitled "Fifty ways with potatoes". She has since written columns for publications including the Evening Standard (1986–93), the Sunday Times (1994–96) and The Independent (1997–98). [5] Education: Passed/Failed: Sophie Grigson" (interview by Jonathan Sale), The Independent, 25 September 1997.

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