Hello

 

My name is Letitia and I am a chef, illustrator and food writer.

Here you can buy my prints, cards & postcards. You can commission me to paint something for you, if you like.

You can find recipes on my blog.

 

I am passionate about lemons, cheese, red wine, Campari, coffee, bitter things, butter and anchovies. And custard. And clotted cream. And cats (though not in an edible sense). 

My desert island meal would be spaghetti with clams probably followed by quince trifle. 

 

Strictly No Jelly.  

About

Originally from Devon, I trained at Leiths School of Food & Wine after a degree and Masters in English Literature. 

After graduating I worked in lots of London restaurants (Spring, The Dock Kitchen, Morito, Moro, Ellory-now-Leroy), as well as cooking for events, weddings, markets stalls and pop ups.  

In between kitchen jobs I worked in publishing, at Bloomsbury, Profile, Slightly Foxed and Prospect Books where I mostly made coffee and bad jokes. 

My illustrations have been featured in PPC, Code, The Evening Standard and Waitrose, whilst my recipes and writing have been featured in/on The Guardian, Elle, Conde Nast Traveller, Waitrose (again), Olive, The Times,  The Financial Times, The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, Sunday Brunch, The New York Times, Eater and Wanderlust. 

I also baked Iced Buns for a time under the name Puns & Buns at Druid St Market (RIP). One of the highlights of my life was when Bee Wilson ate one and described it as 'nostalgia, with a hint of genius'. I have plans to bake buns again, one day. 

In 2017 I moved from Homerton to Sardinia, and began writing, drawing and cooking full-time, as well as teaching English. 

My first book, Bitter Honey: Recipes and Stories from the Island of Sardinia, is available for pre-order now

If you have any questions, or you'd like to get in touch, just drop me a line.   

letitiaannclark@gmail.com

+447584223073

The beautiful photographs on this website are by Matt Russell & Maria Bell

Food styling & Props by Tamara Vos & Louie Waller for Bitter Honey (Hardie Grant)