i’m a food writer!
i love doughnuts, that peach from Call Me By Your Name, trash TV and ice cream. commission me to write/talk for you about food, pop culture, art and queerness. i’m here for interviews, reporting, comment and recipe development. i have a fortnightly baking column in the guardian’s food supplement, feast.

from essex, living in sheffield.

bylines for: the guardian, vice, elle, eater, food 52, the independent, grazia, bbc good food magazine and the observer, suitcase magazine, financial times.

profiled in: the new york times, the telegraph, the times, jarry mag and more.

radio: guest on bbc r4 woman’s hour, presented bbc r4 documentaries food in the frame and a girl’s own story.


press for my latest book, Eat Up! (a Sunday Times bestseller):

interview: woman’s hour – bbc 4
interview: ‘I want to remind people that it’s fine to enjoy a ready meal’ – the guardian
review: a manifesto for freedom that targets the cult of wellness – new statesman
review: ruby tandoh’s shame-free food manifesto is a revelation – FADER
interview: ruby tandoh wants you to fall back in love with your appetite – munchies (vice)


writing highlights:

the unhealthy truth behind ‘wellness’ – vice
the meaning of a food memoir – the guardian
soup for the soul – suitcase
how i shaved my head – elle
farm to table? try cow to cone – food52


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