William Sitwell is one of Britain's leading food writers.
The multi-award-winning editor of acclaimed magazine Waitrose Food for 15 years, he writes for a number of newspapers and magazines and has authored three internationally successful books: A History of Food in 100 Recipes, Eggs or Anarchy: The Remarkable Story of the Man Tasked with the Impossible: to Feed a Nation at War and The Really Quite Good British Cookbook.
The host of Britain's liveliest food and drink show, Biting Talk on Soho Radio, he is also one of the long-standing critics on the hit BBC show MasterChef. His acclaimed supper clubs are hosted in the beautiful setting of his family home, Weston Hall in rural Northamptonshire. Seating 50 people, the Weston Supper Club sees chefs from London and across the UK cooking exquisite dinners with wines to match for amazing value.