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Bitter Honey: Recipes and stories from the island of Sardinia

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Join us at Stanfords as Letitia Clark delves into the jagged core of Sardinian cooking, inviting you to go back into a home, to the sink and the stove, where it all began.


Celebrating the glory of Italian food, and the reason why it remains so endlessly popular, each recipe she shares has a story behind it that will transport you to the glittering, turquoise waters and laid-back lifestyle of this Italian paradise.



Sardinian food is a distilled version of Italian food: simpler, more rustic, more wild. The emphasis on tradition and on the importance of eating well is even more pronounced here on this forgotten island. Even more of its ancient delicacies are preserved, even more of its produce grown or made at home.


In Bitter Honey, Letitia seeks to remind us that good food is not about being a slave to authenticity, or about complication, technique, or trends, but about sharing, about people and — most importantly — about enjoyment.

Come and be inspired to experiment with the tastes of Sardinia in your kitchen.


About the Author:

Letitia Clark is a writer and a chef. Having studied at Leith’s School of Food and Wine, she has since worked at various restaurants, including Ellory, Moro, Spring, The Dock Kitchen and Peter’s Yard. She currently splits her time between London and rural Sardinia, where she writes, paints and cooks. Bitter Honey is Letitia’s first book.

The evening will start promptly at 7pm.


Tickets £4 (redeemable against the price of Bitter Honey by letitia Clark).


Includes a glass of wine/soft drink.


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