chef; author, The Truth About Fat and The Angry Chef: Bad Science and the Truth About Healthy Eating
Anthony Warner is a professional chef, writer and creator of The Angry Chef blog. A regular contributor to New Scientist, the Telegraph and the Sunday Times, his articles have also been featured in the Guardian, Mail on Sunday, the Sun and Men’s Health among others. He was once asked on Radio 4’s The Moral Maze if he would eat his own dog.
His first book, The Angry Chef – Bad Science and the Truth About Healthy Eating, won the Hearst Big Book Awards Health and Lifestyle Category in 2018, and was double nominated by the Guild of Food Writers in the same year. His second book, The Truth About Fat, was published by Oneworld in January 2019, and seemed to annoy the Guardian for some reason. Concerned that he has not yet upset everybody in the world of food, he is currently writing a third book about the sustainability of food systems.
Anthony lives in Lincolnshire, blogs at angry-chef.com and he would have to be really hungry to eat his own dog.
Follow him on Twitter: @One_Angry_Chef
Saturday 2 November, 17:30 Frobisher 1-3
From bugs to beef-free burgers: what’s the future of food?
Sunday 3 November, 16:00 Auditorium 1
Why do we get fat? In conversation with the Angry Chef