Angela
Clutton

Food writer, food historian & cook

Angela Clutton is an award-winning food writer, food historian and cook. 

Her debut book The Vinegar Cupboard was published in March 2019. It won the Jane Grigson Trust Award, was shortlisted for the Andre Simon Food and Drink Awards; won in two categories for the 2020 Guild of Food Writers’ Awards (‘First Book’ and ‘Specialist / Single Subject); and won ‘Debut Cookery Book’ at the 2020 Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards. 

Angela has written on food and drink for a wide range of publications including Country Life, the Daily Telegraph, the Independent and Sainsbury's magazine. 

Broadcast work includes multiple episodes of Channel 5’s recent ‘Inside...’ series; and episodes as the featured food historian for Channel 4's The Bone Detectives, BBC's Inside the Christmas Factory, and BBC's Rip Off Britain: Food. 

Angela regularly writes for Borough Market for whom she is also a recipe developer, demonstration cook and host of the popular Borough Market Cookbook Club. She is also host of their ‘Borough Talks’ digital events / podcast series on food and food culture (featuring guests Melissa Hemsley, Kimberley Wilson, Tim Lang, Tom Parker-Bowles and more). Angela has been the Guest Director of the British Library’s ‘Food Season’ of talks and events in 2020 and 2021.