Felicity Cloake


Felicity Cloake writes the weekly ‘How to Make the Perfect…’ column for The Guardian, and the New Statesman’s food column. Her first book, Perfect: 68 Essential Recipes for Every Cook’s Repertoire was published in 2011, swiftly followed by an ebook, Perfect Christmas Day. Her next, Perfect Host: 155 Easy Recipes for Feeding People and Having Fun will be out next spring. She lives in London with four extremely well-fed housemates.

Felicity Cloake's Edits
  • Sticky Chinese sausages

    October 3, 2013

    ...Sometimes the simplest things can be the most enjoyable. Whether you’re nesting on the sofa, catching up on a box set or you’ve got people coming around – you want snacks that are simple yet cla...

  • Chicory boats with stilton

    September 20, 2013

    ...We decided the most helpful thing we could do this week would be to give you a hand in the kitchen at your next party. To our joy, Felicity Cloake, who does those brilliant, obsessive-in-a-good-way re...

  • Scandinavian salmon pate

    September 19, 2013

    ...Sit back, pour yourself a glass of the good stuff and relax. Felicity Cloake, who does those brilliant, obsessive-in-a-good-way recipe features in The Guardian, agreed to show us a dead-easy snack - f...


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