At an exclusive online Times+ event which took place on Thursday, July 16 The Sunday Times food columnist Skye McAlpine discussed the joy and the art of cooking for friends and family.
Broadcasting to subscribers from her home in Venice, Skye joined Lisa Markwell, food editor for The Sunday Times, to discuss some of the best ideas from her new book A Table for Friends: The Art of Cooking for Two or Twenty which has recipes for every occasion, from last-minute weeknight dinners to large celebratory gatherings.
Skye’s beautiful book is a helpful, approachable, down-to-earth kitchen companion – fun, elegant recipes and brilliant tips will give everyone fresh ideas, from veteran hosts to those new to entertaining. During the event, she shared her knowledge and step-by-step guides to make gathering friends and family to the table a breeze.
A Table for Friends: The Art of Cooking for Two or Twenty by Skye McAlpine was published by Bloomsbury on July 9, 2020 RRP £26. Extracts of the book were published in The Dish on July 5 and 12. Times+ subscribers can order the book at Waterstones.com with an exclusive 30% discount by using the code skye30 at checkout (Valid until July 25 2020).
"Excellent event, very well hosted and an engaging speaker. Love these events, please continue doing them! Living in Lancashire, it's difficult to attend some of the events in person so an online option is perfect! Thank you for doing them!"
"Hugely interesting. More events please. Wonderful for people like me who live in the sticks"
"Thoroughly enjoyable and informative with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere Picked up some great tips . Now to buy the book."
Our goal is to help to keep subscribers to The Times and The Sunday Times informed and entertained during this period and beyond through our series of live-streamed events.
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