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- Melville House 2013; US$ 35.00
"The best cookbook no one's ever heard of." ? MARK BITTMAN "Through her eloquent writing and delicious recipes, Elizabeth Luard is able to bring us back in touch with the sources of real nourishment. This is a wonderful, inspiring and important book." ?ALICE WATERS, founder and owner of Chez Panisse and the author of The Art of Simple Food... more...
- Chronicle Books LLC 2012; US$ 30.99
With more than 150 splendid photographs, headnotes that illuminate Poland's vibrant food culture, and more than 90 recipes for classic and contemporary Polish food, this unique and fascinating cookbook brings an ignored cuisine to light. Pulitzer Prize-winner Anne Applebaum has lived in Poland since before the fall of communism, and this cookbook?nourished... more...
- HarperCollins 2011; US$ 27.69
Food is meant to be enjoyed, and Sophie Dahl would have it no other way. Growing up in a family of true food lovers, she began cooking at a young age and never looked back. Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights presents nearly one hundred of her tried-and-true recipes, organized around the four seasons and using the freshest ingredients available. Accented... more...
- Transworld 2013; US$ 14.38
Born in a surreal Moscow communal apartment where eighteen families shared one kitchen, Anya von Bremzen grew up singing odes to Lenin, black-marketeering Juicy Fruit gum at school, and longing for a taste of the mythical West. It was a life by turns absurd, drab, naively joyous, melancholy and, finally, intolerable. In 1974, when Anya was ten, she... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2011; US$ 11.18
Before Mrs Beeton there was Eliza Acton, whose crisp, clear, simple style and foolproof instructions established the format for modern cookery writing, leading to her being called 'the best writer of recipes in the English language' by Delia Smith. Including such English classics as suet pudding, raspberry jam, lemonade and 'superlative mincemeat'... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2012; US$ 16.00
?Luisa Weiss?s piquant memoir has charm, heartbreak, family history, and recipes galore.? ? Elle ?The new Julie & Julia ! It?s part cookbook and part memoir; you?ll finish a chapter and find yourself in the kitchen following the recipe Weiss includes . . . A transcontinental romance about taking risks in life and in the kitchen.? ?Marie Claire... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2012; US$ 17.99
In the national bestseller Below Stairs , Margaret Powell told readers what it was really like to work in the great houses of England. In Margaret Powell's Cookery Book , she gives readers a closer look at the world inside the vast kitchens of these great houses. It's an eye-opening and mouthwatering snapshot of that world. The upstairs dining room... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2012; US$ 32.00
A Book of English Food is an elegant compendium of brilliant recipes adapted from the cookery books of the 1920s and 1930s by Arabella Boxer, with beautiful new illustrations by Cressida Bell. Arabella Boxer's Book of English Food describes the delicious dishes - and the social conditions in which they were prepared, cooked and eaten -... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2010; Not Available
For too long Britain has failed to celebrate its culinary heritage. But from the introduction of borage to the British Isles by the Romans to the nation's love-hate relationship with Marmite, Britain has always played host to an astonishing range of gustatory traditions. more...