Leading food writer Prue Leith will be speaking about her new biography in a number of West Sussex libraries this and next month.
The cookery expert-turned-novelist, who recently appeared on the BBC’s Great British Menu series, will also be signing copies at the Horsham, Chichester and Crawley branches.
The 72-year-old, born in South Africa, made her name writing about food for the Guardian and Sunday Express newspapers before releasing the best-seller: Leith’s Cookery Bible.
She has also published a number of romantic novels.
Prue will be talking about her biography: Relish, My life on a plate, in Horsham Library at 7pm on Wednesday, October 17, before appearing in Chichester at 7:30pm on Tuesday, October 30.
She will then visit Crawley Library a month later on Tuesday, November 27, at 7pm.
Lionel Barnard, West Sussex County Council deputy leader responsible for the library service, said: “We are very excited to welcome one of the country’s most popular cooking writers in our branches.
“This is a great opportunity for budding chefs and novelists to pick up a number of top tips.
“They are dates not to be missed.”
Tickets cost £3 are available at each branch. Find out more by contacting Horsham Library on 01403 224353, Chichester on 01243 777 351, or Crawley on 01293 651 751.
Alternatively visit the West Sussex Library Service’s website at www.westsussex.gov.uk/libraries