I am not sure how I first stumbled upon this annual collection of food and/wine articles. Who cares? I've become a keen fan of this annual pick 'n mix which..
American travel and food writer Holly Hughes gathers together in one paperpack her top 40 or so foodie articles of 2007.
The Eagle (set up in Clerkenwell in 1991 - ouch!) is best known as London's first gastropub. The founder chef, David Eyre, gained a reputation for honest, robust cooking and in this book..
I gleaned a fantastically useful nugget from this book which opened up a new world to me in terms of cooking fish when “entertaining”.
This is a wonderful, witty and confidence inspiring story of Daisy Garnett’s culinary journey.
I utterly adored this book. I laughed a lot and learned a lot.
Christopher D Salyers
The next time you find yourself groaning about making up a lunch box and/or ...
Sophie Grigson and William Black (her hubby!)
My hardback copy of this book (published in 1998) has a handwritten message "To Miriam, With best wishes, Sophie Grigson". I bought the book following a very intimate and informative
With a name like "Parties", I was immediately drawn to this book!
This book had my name on it! I couldn’t not have it!
I bought this book as a Christmas present for a wine-buff pal but, in the end, I went back and bought another copy just for me.
I completely and utterly loved this book ,written by a New Yorker, about television and food.