- Natalie is a British food and drink journalist.
- She is a digital editor for BBC Good Food.
- Has freelanced for the Guardian and VICE on issues as disparate as freezers, beer cocktails and mutton.
Natalie Hardwick is a British food and drink journalist working as a digital editor for BBC Good Food. She's also written for the Guardian on issues as disparate as freezers, beer cocktails, and mutton. Her love of food comes from her Italian family and a childhood of eating bowls of broth with ravioli. She's been known to demolish a whole packet of spaghetti in two sittings and is a strong advocate of sleazy British cuisine, particularly savory pastries, crisps, processed cheese, and any form of canned fish.
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