Featherston Booktown: Words in November with Annabel Langbein

Featherston Booktown will host Annabel Langbein and an Artisans Food Fair this year on 14 November 2020

On 14th November at 3pm at Featherston’s beautiful Anzac Hall, Annabel Langbein, Aotearoa’s most popular cookbook author, will be in conversation with Wellington based journalist and food critic David Cohen about her new memoir “Bella: My Life In Food“. The event is part of Featherston Booktown’s Words in November. Before and after An Afternoon with Annabel Langbein, the Anzac Hall’s Supper Room will be transformed into an artisan food fair with over 20 Wairarapa producers. I caught up with Mary Biggs, Operations Manager for Featherston Booktown, and three of the many Wairarapa producers who will be showcasing their products as part of the Artisans Food Fair: Wildchix’s Muesli, Underhill Honey and Cakelab NZ.

For more information about these events, and to buy tickets for An Afternoon with Annabel Langbein, visit Eventfinda or Featherston Booktown.

Thank you to Lynn and Sharon of Wildchix’s Muesli, Alex and Kirsten of Underhill Honey, Daria of CakelabNZ and Mary Biggs of Featherston Booktown for taking their time to share their story with me.

Music: Dover by The Westerlies, If I had a Chicken by Kevin MacLeod, Gold in them Hills by Nathan Moore, Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy by Tchaikovsky/Kevin MacLeod. All sourced from YouTube Audio Library.


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