From an illustrious family, Tamasin also made a name for herself, in her own niche: cooking.
Born in 1954 to UK poet laureate Cecil Day-Lewis and sister of the actor Daniel Day-Lewis, Tamasin specialises in the use of localy grown produce.
Tamasin is a respected food writer, TV producer and director. As well as writing a weekly food column for the UK Daily Telegraph, Tamasin's cookbooks have covered a range of comforting, rural recipes, from the preparation of seasonal dishes and picnics to the art of pie-baking and 'proper', slow cooking.
Her book West Ireland Summers was a collection of favourite recipes taken from and inspired by her childhood in County Mayo. The rural theme continues in Tamasin's two series' for UKTV Food, in which she cooks at her family home in the country.... Read more.