Tamasin Day-Lewis
British chef
Tamasin Day-Lewis
Lydia Tamasin Day-Lewis, better known as Tamasin Day-Lewis, is an English television chef, daughter of the poet Cecil Day-Lewis and actress Jill Balcon, and sister of the actor Daniel Day-Lewis.
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The 'Queen Of Tarts' On What's For Dinner This Season
NPR - about 4 years
Weekend Edition Sunday guest host Linda Wertheimer speaks with English chef Tamasin Day Lewis — also known as the "Queen of Tarts" — about her own choices for a seasonal table, including a wide array of tarts. » E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us
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Day-Lewis Gives Parents' Papers to Oxford
New York Times - ArtsBeat Blogs - over 4 years
Daniel Day-Lewis, the Academy Award-winning star of "Lincoln," and his sister, Tamasin Day-Lewis, are donating papers and correspondence from their father, the poet Cecil Day-Lewis, and mother, the actress Jill Balcon.
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B(ew)itchin' the Kitchen: Funny, Feminine, Femminista - PopMatters
Google News - over 5 years
She is not Tamasin Day-Lewis (Sweet Dreams), who promises that “nothing can comfort or nurture” like pie. Nadia G. does not cook for or with kids – smashing through the maternal initiatives often welded to this particular television genre – but rather,
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How to cook perfect summer pudding - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
Nigel Slater, Elizabeth David and Tamasin Day-Lewis beg to disagree however, with Slater claiming that, in this context, "soft, 'plastic' bread turns slimy rather than moist … it's like eating a soggy J cloth." A side-by-side tasting reveals he's
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Precious Edibles, a Literary Feast - StyleBistro
Google News - over 5 years
Produced in collaboration with British chef Tamasin Day-Lewis, Delicious Jewels is a feast for the eyes and senses. " An exploration of the gastronomic splendors of the garden and the beauty of jewels, each page is a visual treat and each recipe an
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Joyas para comérselas - Radio Ñanduti
Google News - over 5 years
Las recetas pertenecen a la chef inglesa Tamasin Day-Lewis y las joyas son obra de los artesanos de Hemmerle, célebre joyería alemana. La idea de una colección de joyas tan bonita como para comerla nació cuando los joyeros Christian y Stephen Hemmerle
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KENT BAKER WINS AT NATIONAL BRITISH PIE AWARDS - Prfire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Pies were judges by celebrity chefs, pie experts and top food writers including Rachel Green, Tamasin Day Lewis and Charles Campion. Kane Goddard, who received his award in the Hot Savoury Pie category, commented: “We know these Awards are the crme de
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Day-Lewis family reveals connection with literary giant Yeats - Irish Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Writer and film-maker Tamasin Day-Lewis was speaking yesterday as she read a selection from Yeats to mark the poet's birthday at a function in the National Library of Ireland in Dublin. Ms Day-Lewis said her father, Irish poet Cecil Day-Lewis,
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BREAKING NEWS: British Pie Awards results from Melton - Melton Today
Google News - over 5 years
Pies were judges by celebrity chefs, pie experts and top food writers including Rachel Green, Tamasin Day Lewis and Charles Campion. The Supreme Champion, Graham Aimson from Morecambe Football Club, was selected among the winners of each of the 12
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What The Dickens… - Vogue.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Tamasin Day-Lewis's daughter, Charissa Shearer, took time out of her drama studies at Goldsmiths to star as Estella in her own hour-long adaptation of Dickens's Great Expectations. The original score was written by Goldsmiths music student Jen Green,
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Tamasin Day-Lewis: 'My children say I gave them wooden spoons instead of toys' - The Independent
Google News - almost 6 years
You can drink it for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you don't get a hangover. Tamasin Day-Lewis is a food writer and chef. She has provided recipes for the book 'Delicious Jewels' (Prestel, £50) from the jewellery house Hemmerle
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SPECIAL REPORT: JEWELRY; Jewels That Look Good Enough to Eat
NYTimes - almost 6 years
MUNICH — The British television chef and food writer Tamasin Day-Lewis was intrigued last summer when Hemmerle, the famed Munich jeweler, asked her to collaborate on a book of recipes. The result, “Delicious Jewels,” published this month by Prestel, is an illustrated cookbook centered on 12 vegetables featured in a newly
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GET: PROFILE IN STYLE; YASMIN AND CHRISTIAN HEMMERLE
NYTimes - almost 6 years
No strangers to mouthwatering gems, the youngest members of the venerable German jewelry house Hemmerle have taken the concept a step further with ''Delicious Jewels,'' a cookbook they created with the chef Tamasin Day-Lewis to accompany their latest collection -- a bounty of exquisite vegetable brooches and earrings. ''We like to entertain,'' says
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It's Passover, Lighten Up
NYTimes - almost 11 years
WHEN Emily Moore, a Seattle-based chef and instructor, was invited to consult on recipes for Streit's Matzo, she assumed that the baked goods would have their traditional heft, because no leavening can be used during Passover. Not so, said Rabbi Moshe Soloveichik, a member of a prominent rabbinic dynasty, who oversees the company's ritual
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ESSAY; Real Food Doesn't Hold Still
NYTimes - about 11 years
I AM very lucky that Americans still have a continuing fascination with -- but little connection to -- good food. They optimistically purchase Emeril's cookware, download Daniel's recipes and watch cooking shows. Yet they eat breakfast in their cars, lunch at their desks and chicken from a bucket. Their obsession with food, if not necessarily with
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THE CIDER HOUSE PARTY
NYTimes - over 11 years
''My father wanted me to be a vet,'' the designer Alice Temperley said as she swept up a piglet from one of the barns that dot her family's 130-acre apple orchard in Somerset, England. Though she dresses the part of the chic Notting Hill designer -- clad for the day in one of her 1970's-style knit sheaths -- Temperley's roots are rural. Every Oct.
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The Return of One-Dish Family Meals
NYTimes - about 12 years
WHAT do home cooks want? If the new crop of fall cookbooks is anything to go by, they want 30-minute recipes with no more than three ingredients that can be wedged in between soccer practice and family therapy appointments. On the other hand, they also have a bottomless appetite for stews, braises and casseroles that take hours or even days to
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BY THE BOOK; The Canvas Is the Crust
NYTimes - over 15 years
''DEEP in my earliest culinary memory,'' Tamasin Day-Lewis writes in her new book, ''The Art of the Tart'' (Random House, $24.95), ''lies the nutty scent of dough of the crimped-edged tarts, with their bubbling lava flow of jam struggling to break through the banks and escape the crust barrier.'' It's enough to make you feel insecure about the
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Hmm, Hot and Spicy. It's What? It's Not!
NYTimes - about 16 years
LAST summer in Paris, I had dinner at Michel Rostang, a Michelin two-star restaurant with a reputation for innovative cuisine. ''Havana cigar,'' the dessert menu read, ''with Cognac mousse.'' Of course, I had to order it. Out came a long, crisp cylinder speckled with brown and filled with a creamy caramel and Cognac mousse. The flavor was vaguely
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