Keda Black is a French home cook and food writer. She was born in Zambia and is of a thoroughly mixed Scottish, Bourguignon, Spanish and Italian descent.
Having become a trained chief librarian, she strangely found herself more eager to go out looking for new taste sensations or sweat in front of a hot stove, rather than to sit at a computer scanning databases. So she now divides most of her time between kids and kitchen. Unsurprisingly, her cooking tends to go beyond the boundaries of traditional French cuisine but is never complicated or labored. She has already written about cheesecakes, pot-au-feu, vegetables, charlottes. Her latest books include a step by step basics cookery course as well as a mega Cake Box full of sweet delights.
After having been a long time a food journalist (for Savours, Woman magazine), Catherine Qu'vremont devotes herself entirely to her passions: cooking and writing. She is currently works on her next work: a fruit box to appear in July 2008.