What’s New

My latest book A Dark History of Chocolate, out September 30, 2021. You can get your copy directly from my publisher https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/A-Dark-History-of-Chocolate-Hardback/p/19247 or any great book retailer.

Listen to me chatting all about food and cooking in the eighteenth century on the John Gosling 1742 Cook Book Podcast. https://open.spotify.com/episode/0KnYNPDfSj9BBoWORlY6AR

Emma is currently writing and researching four new, exciting books, covering various aspects of culinary history, to be published between 2022 and 2023 with Pen&Sword books https://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/ , Amberley Publishing https://www.amberley-books.com/ and Prospect Books https://prospectbooks.co.uk/

You can now view the latest copy of the Victorian Review published by Johns Hopkins University Press online and read my article ‘ Crimes of Kitchenalia: A Miscellany of Misdeeds’, Volume 45, Number 2.
Access to this journal is currently free
. Just click on the image above.
My new book, A Dark History of Chocolate is now available to pre-order from Amazon. Due for publication November 2021, with Pen and Sword Books.

My new book A History of British Baking: From Blood Bread to Bake-Off is available from Pen and Sword Books

Emma will be delivering not one, but two live historical cookery demonstrations in the Cookery theatre, demo marquee at Wakefield Food, Drink and Rhubarb Festival on Friday 21 February, 2020. For more information on this event visit https://www.experiencewakefield.co.uk/events/rhubarbfestival.aspx