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Great Foods from Penguin

Packaged with exquisite designs taken from food-related items in the Victoria & Albert Museum, Penguin's Great Food series presents the finest in food writing from the last 400 years. Featured writers include the original domestic goddess, Hannah Glasse, MFK Fisher and his celebration of food as the heart of good living and Pellegrino Artusi, the capo di tutti capi of Italian cookery.

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A Little Dinner Before the Play
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Agnes Jekyll
 
Whether extolling the merits of a cheerful breakfast tray, conjuring up a winter picnic of figs and mulled wine, sharing delicious Tuscan recipes, or suggesting a last-minute pre-theatre dinner, this...
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The Joys of Excess
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Samuel Pepys
 
Features the selections from the author's diaries that provide a picture of the joys of over-indulgence - and the side-effects afterwards.
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Murder in the Kitchen
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Alice B. Toklas
 
A memoir-turned-cookbook that describes the author's life with partner Gertrude Stein and their famed Paris salon, which entertained the great avant-garde and literary figures of their day.
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Notes from Madras
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A. R. Kenney-Herbert
 
Gives advice on re-creating French classics in the steaming heat; describes tiffin parties and cooking while at camp; and laments the declining popularity of curry in the Raj. The author...
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A Taste of the Sun
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Elizabeth David
 
A selection of food writings and recipes that embraces the richness of French and Italian cuisine, from earthy cassoulets to the simplest spaghetti.
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The Elegant Economist
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Eliza Acton
 
Including such English classics as suet pudding, raspberry jam, lemonade and 'superlative mincemeat' as well as evocatively-named creations like 'Threadneedle Street Biscuits', 'Baron Liebig's Beef Gravy' and 'Apple Hedgehog', this...
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The Campaign for Domestic Happiness
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Isabella Beeton
 
Offers tips on selecting cuts of meat, throwing a grand party and hosting a dinner, giving suggestions on staff wages and the cost of each recipe. With such delicious English...
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Love in a Dish and Other Pieces
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M. F. K. Fisher
 
Features culinary essays that combine recipes with anecdotes, reminiscences, cultural observations and storytelling.
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Recipes and Lessons from a Delicious...
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Alice L. Waters
 
Explores the simplest of dishes in the most delicious of ways, with fresh, sustainable ingredients a must, encouraging cooks to plant their own garden. From orange and olive salad to...
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