Zoe Williams is a columnist for the Guardian, ambling into food and drink when the worlds of politics and feminism become too vexing. She was named Restaurant Reviewer of the year in 2014 for her work in the Sunday Telegraph; it sounds like a long time ago, but still counts.
Learn in a day: fishmongering
From blondes and spotteds to owls and stars, Zoe Williams learns about fishing, the great game of sea-roulette
Learn in a day: butchery
From shoulder and chump to shank, scrag and deckle, Zoe Williams delves into the ancient art of butchery
Learn in a day: clay-pigeon shooting
Zoe Williams discovers the joy of shooting – as long as she remembers to release the safety catch