William Sitwell

William Sitwell

Author

William Sitwell is the editor of Waitrose Kitchen Magazine and is featured on all strands of MasterChef in the UK (MasterChefMasterChef: The ProfessionalsCelebrity MasterChef and Junior MasterChef) which is distributed worldwide.

William has made a number of documentaries including Michelin Stars – The Madness of Perfection (BBC2). He has been named Editor of the Year in awards from both the British Society of Magazine Editors and the Association of Publishing Agencies (APA). He was a regular judge on Britain’s Best Dish(ITV1) and was co-presenter of the BBC2 series A Question of Taste.

His first book A History of Food in 100 Recipes was published by Harper Collins in 2012. His next book Eggs or Anarchy? (published in 2016) and is one of the great, British stories of the Second World War yet to be told in full. It reveals the heroic tale of how Lord Woolton, Minister for Food, really fed Britain.

In Soho Radio’s weekly programme William Sitwell’s Biting Talk, he explores the important issues in the world of food and drink. He has also presented the Classical Kitchen podcast in collaboration between Waitrose and Classic FM.

William Sitwell @WilliamSitwell

We're delighted to launch the official video for Never Come Down. Head over to Louderthanwar to check out the premier. Big Thanks to them for showcasing the Film.
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Up betimes, and shaved myself after a week’s growth, but, Lord! how ugly I was yesterday and how fine to-day!

An all-time great - and Steve Smith 😉

Congratulations on an incredible #Ashes series @stevesmith49. Leachy loves the glasses 🤓

This may be my favorite dog video ever.

An utterly eccentric, educational, inspirational, very informal inaugural @news_upton literary festival yesterday with @WilliamSitwell @mounth @janethynne @philipmould ... loved every minute of every speaker.

@WilliamSitwell reviews The Lookout, Edinburgh: 'The egg yolk ravioli is reason enough to travel to Scotland'

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Brexit Britain has what it takes to be the world’s tastiest nation | @WilliamSitwell
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Hopefully not the news

V happy you enjoyed it. Just finishing the next one!

Upton Cressett Hall looks forward to welcoming @WilliamSitwell to the Literary and History Festival on Saturday 7th September 2019.

See https://t.co/W0EatBSi3h for more details.

Not content with wowing the world from a Cumbrian Village, a newly chilled Simon Rogan is building a global empire, writes @WilliamSitwell

@Rogan_and_Co @AulisSimonRogan @Roganic #restaurants #cheflife #chef

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Had to get this off my chest this evening. 🐮 or 🚗 🧐
@bbcnews @RHarrabin

Exciting top secret things happening at No42 today...🤫 #GreatTasteAwards https://t.co/eVuKuRXLcV

Am a huge fan of @eddiemair - one of the greatest broadcasters. But I’m afraid it’s 1-0 to the bold and brilliant @Jacob_Rees_Mogg this time. Worth a listen.

Still a couple of tickets left for tomorrow night #williamsitwellssupperclub at @RathfinnyEstate with @PataraLondon

Damn. I thought if I dressed like @jayrayner1 no one would notice me.

@WilliamSitwell reviews The New Inn, Coln St Aldwyns: "Imaginative little bites felt radical for a pub in the sticks"

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Every word recorded, logged and safely stashed.

The chef who bit back: ‘As soon as my restaurant review appeared, the threats started…’' | via @telegraph https://t.co/vg15DSbMpM

Why are the peas upside down.

It's fucking me up.