Annie Gray is an historian, cook, broadcaster and writer specialising in the history of food and dining in Britain from around 1600 to the present day, conducting her research both in libraries and in kitchens. She has worked at Audley End amongst other historical kitchens, and gives lectures all over the country. She has presented TV history documentaries including Victorian Bakers and The Sweetmakers, and appears on BBC Radio 4's The Kitchen Cabinet. She lives in East Anglia.
Books by Annie Gray
The story of the twentieth century through one woman's life and the food she cooked for our most famous Prime Minister, Winston Churchill
Full of original research, Annie Gray's first book considers Britain's most iconic monarch from a new perspective, telling the history of Br…