Leading writers will discuss their work with Tower Hamlets readers
LEADING author and journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown will talk to a Museum of Docklands audience tomorrow (Friday) about her food memoir, The Settler’s Cookbook.
She will trace the history of East African Indians and her family’s arrival in London and her food heritage from Shepherd’s Pies sprinkled with chilli to a Victorian sponge with saffron and lime juice.
Following her lecture at the West India Quay museum, there will be a food tasting and book signing.
The event is from 6.30pm to 8pm.
Book tickets in advance (�5, �3 concs) by visiting museumindocklands.org.uk.
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Admission is free to the event at Cambridge Heath Road which starts at 6.30pm on Monday February 7.