Tim Hayward is a writer, columnist and broadcaster. He has published several books including Food DIY (2012) and the bestselling Knife: The Cult, Craft and Culture of the Cook's Knife (2016) which has now been translated into 8 languages including, gratifyingly, Japanese. He’s a regular panellist on BBC Radio 4’s The Kitchen Cabinet and has also written and presented several radio documentaries, most recently the highly successful 5-part ‘Gut Instinct’ (2018)
Tim lives in Cambridge where he is proprietor of Fitzbillies, a hundred year old bakery, café and local institution.
2011-2014 Fire & Knives - Food Quarterly. (Ed)
2013 Food DIY: How to Make Your Own Everything
2015 The DIY Cook
2016 Knife: The Cult, Craft and Culture of the Cook's Knife
2017 The Modern Kitchen: Objects That Changed the Way We Cook, Eat and Live
2018 Guild of Food Writers ‘Restaurant Writer of the Year’
2015 Guild of Food Writers ‘Food Journalist of the Year’
2014 Guild of Food Writers ‘Food Journalist of the Year’
2014 Fortnum & Mason Award for ‘Best Food Journalism’
2012 Guild of Food Writers 'Food Journalist of the Year'
2012 Guild of Food Writers 'Best Food Magazine’ for Fire & Knives.
2011 Guild of Food Writers 'Food Broadcast of the Year Award'
2009 Guild of Food Writers ‘New Media Award’