From The Delicate Diner to the studios of MasterChef UK, Samantha Mattocks has a deep-rooted love for food and cooking. An award-winning journalist through her own publication The Arabian Magazine (founded 2004), Samantha has celebrated the regions’ produce both through her own cooking and an acclaimed series of interviews. A published novelist, Samantha brings a wealth of experience to her role as editor of nourish along a passion for the amazing produce from Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge.
As well travel, good food and wine, Samantha loves long lazy lunches, and dinners, with friends and family. She also loves reading, is always writing, and is a keen rugby union fan. You will find her on the coast on the most miserable of days, just taking in the beauty of nature.
- You can contact Samantha through firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 01508 532190.
Hanneke Lambert has been a designer for over 21 years, graduating with a BA (hons) in Multimedia Design. Concentrating on print, Hanneke worked at Archant on Bride Magazine, Days Gone By, a limited edition magazine series, and she was Design Editor of Anglia Afloat. Since leaving Archant, Hanneke worked within marketing design companies before becoming Graphic Designer with Feast Norfolk Magazine in 2018. In 2020, she joined Samantha as Design Editor for The Arabian Magazine. Hanneke brings her expertise and flair to nourish.
Hanneke loves to travel, and she has a love of the food and culture wherever she goes. She also enjoys cooking over fire, enjoying meals out with friends and family and, of course, a good wine and gin! In between eating, Hanneke enjoys playing tennis, hiking, and skiing.
- You can contact Hanneke through email@example.com or call her on 07859 999264.
At nourish we are very conscious of community, and that covers ecology, charity, and our nourish family.
With each printed edition, we work with the World Land Trust to ensure that the paper is carbon balanced, thus reducing our carbon footprint. https://www.worldlandtrust.org/
We are also thrilled that Kim Starling, of Starlings of Swaffham (https://www.starlingsofswaffham.co.uk/), has planted some trees for nourish magazine – you can see them here https://ecologi.com/starlingsofswaffham
We have already worked with the Burnt Chef Project and Hospitality Action, and we plan to broaden the number of local charities that we work with as nourish continues to grow.