Emma Kay

Emma Kay

Food writer

https://museumofkitchenalia.com/
Emma is a post-graduate historian and former senior museum worker. Now, food historian, author and collector of Kitchenalia. She lives in the Cotswolds with her husband and young son. Emma’s articles have appeared in publications including BBC History Magazine, The Daily Express, Daily Mail and Times Literary Supplement. She has contributed historic food research for a number of television production companies and featured several times on Talk Radio Europe. Emma has delivered talks and historic food demonstrations including a recent appearance at Bath Literature Festival. Her first book was Dining with the Georgians, followed by Dining with the Victorians in 2015. (Amberley Publishing) In 2017 Emma’s third book Cooking up History: Chefs of the Past (Prospect Books) was released, shortly before book number four - Vintage Kitchenalia. (Amberley Publishing). Her latest book More than a Sauce: A Culinary History of Worcestershire, is due for publication in March 2018. Emma is a member of the Guild of Food Writers.
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