Cook the Books is for everyone who enjoys eating and talking about food. Based in Lewes, East Sussex, we get together for monthly pot-luck suppers and chats as well as 'special edition' author talks and foodie excursions.

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Special Edition: Arlington Bluebell Walk & Picnic

I drive to Arlington Bluebell Farm Shop in dazzling sunshine, only to see dark clouds descend just as I approach my destination. S

Bread and Brains with Great British Chefs and Merlin Labron-Johnson

If you’re invited to attend a cookery class at Le Cordon Bleu London with Merlin Labron-Johnson, acclaimed chef at London&#8

Review: Brighton’s Best Cookbook

I was pleased to join the team at Brightonโ€™s Best Restaurants, and chiefly, food writer Andy Lynes, to celebrate the launch of B