‘Fascinated by writers who had shaped our national eating habits, she wondered who were the ancestors of today’s celebrity chefs? You might imagine that the most influential cookery writers of the past would be French. But the wr
Inside Trader features anecdotes about some of the biggest names in showbiz from the last century, including Vivien Leigh, Richard Burton, Ronnie Barker, and the
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‘This is a thoughtful, meditative book…The Passenger has a gentle purpose, a reminder to those who host immigrants and refugees, that there is value in learning the stories that surround us every day’
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Jazz Summers and Joe Stretch will be speaking to David Freeman at the Oxford Literary Festival at the event Big Life: A Search for Music and Balance. Jazz will discuss music and Big Life on Friday 28th March at 6pm
‘As well as Acton, Waugh provides brief lives of Hannah Woolley, Hannah Glasse, Isabella Beeton and Elizabeth David before revisiting their recipes, and seasoning with her own jolly foodie memories.’
‘It is a delight to read. The chronological sequence enables the reader to form an impression of the way our food and recipe presentation have changed over three centuries’
Jill Norman on Cooking People
The Daily Mail picks A Rogues’ Gallery by Peter Lewis as one of its favorite titles of 2013!