Gizzi Erskine talks about Season's Eatings, Croft Hall December 16

on 05 December 2016.

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You might think it impossible to have a good night out for £8, but that is exactly what's on offer when raving beauty and prominent foodie, Gizzi Erskine comes to The Croft Hall on 16th December to talk about her new book, Season's Eatings. Included in the ticket price is mulled wine and a selection of tasty treats.

Gizzi Erskine Seasons Eatings Cover Organised by Hungerford Bookshop in conjunction with Arts for Hungerford, the event is something of a coup. Erskine, TV chef and former Sunday Times columnist is the foodie du jour and has been named by the Evening Standard as one of the 1000 Most Influential People for our times. Gizzi will be in conversation with food writer and reviewer Belinda Harley, discussing Gizzi's approach to creating delicious crowd-pleasing fare - and which of us isn't stuck for a bit of that at this time of year?

Chefs and writers of Erskine's calibre rarely grace small towns so this is a rare chance to catch her.Tickets are £8 from the bookshop or online at of Season's Eatings: Feasts and Celebrations from Halloween to Happy New Year is published by Octopus and will be available for £20 on the night (usual price £25).



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