A freelance journalist and a Research Associate at the Hudson Institution, Cita Stelzer previously worked for John Lindsay, Mayor of New York, and Governor Hugh Carey. She is currently a Reader at Churchill College, Cambridge, and a member of the Board of the Churchill Centre and Trustee of Wigmore Hall.
"To Churchill, meals weren't just a matter of getting something to eat. They were social occasions which he used to cement alliances and sway opponents." -- The Wall Street Journal "These meals, and even white-linen picnics for generals in France after D-Day, are chronicled in Dinner With Churchill." -- The New York Times "A delightful and fascinating book." -- Andrew Roberts, author of The Storm of "A delicious tribute to Churchill's heroic appetite for wining, dining, and politicking." -- Ben Macintyre, author of Operation Minc "A feast for foodies and history buffs alike, Dinner With Churchill offers a delicious portrait of the culinary tactics that helped Churchill end the global conflict that threatened to destroy everything he held dear." -- The Richmond TImes Dispatch