Walk the line with Laurie Woolever

The food writer on working with Anthony Bourdain, the late chef, and the destinations that have captured her heart

13th June, 2021
Walk the line with Laurie Woolever
Laurie Woolever: ‘To me, the joy of cooking comes from having a relaxed mindset.’ Picture: Steve Legato

I was always interested in creative writing in school and college. From a very young age I was thinking about how I would tell the story of what was going on in my life and what I would write.

I think I understood I needed to have a skill, that I couldn’t just expect to support myself as a writer. I went to cooking school and I thought, maybe I can combine these things and...

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