KitchenAid, the designer and maker of the legendary Stand Mixer, is sponsoring the British Library Food Season (14 September – 20 October 2020) for the second year running. The programme is curated by Food Season founder Dr Polly Russell and Guest Director, award-winning food writer, Angela Clutton.
Originally scheduled for spring 2020, the British Library’s third Food Season has been reimagined to address the increasing questions and struggles around food production, supply, distribution and consumption following the coronavirus pandemic. Launching with a live broadcast from River Cottage with Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and closing with Tom Kerridge at The Hand and Flowers, the Food Season will feature a range of writers, historians and chefs from around the world including Ken Hom, Bee Wilson, Asma Khan, Claudia Roden, Riaz Phillips, Melissa Hemsley, Jack Monroe and Jimi Famurewa.
Mark Ridealgh, Market Leader UK & Ireland, KitchenAid SDA comments: “We’re delighted to continue our support of the Food Season at the British Library. KitchenAid believes in ‘Making the Everyday Extraordinary’ and through our family of iconic appliances our goal is to awaken the spirit of making in everyone – regardless of their skill level. We’re excited to be joining such an exalted line-up of writers, historians and chefs who share our passion for food and cookery from around the world.”
The full schedule can be found online at www.bl.uk/food-season