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ISBN:1860499058
Author: Jill Foulston
ISBN13: 978-1860499050
Title: The Joy of Eating: The Virago Book of Food
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Language: English
Category: Cooking Education and Reference
Publisher: Virago UK (April 1, 2010)
Pages: 416

The Joy of Eating: The Virago Book of Food by Jill Foulston



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Food is a constant in our lives, and it has always been a basic ingredient of women's writing - in household books, cookbooks, diaries, letters and fiction. In this, the first anthology to concentrate on international food writing by women, you can go on a picnic with Monica Ali, learn about Frida Kahlo's wedding feast and indulge your appetites with Edwidge Danticat and Barbara Pym. Try making Elisabeth Luard's Afghan Betrothal Custard, Martha Washington's marzipan birds or Nigella Lawson's favourite comfort food. She lives in London and Italy.

Joy of shopping, that's a laugh.

Beatrix Potter wove one of her most malicious tales around the roly-poly pudding. Colette counted the nuts she would pick before falling asleep in the French countryside.

Hardcover: 320 pages. Publisher: Virago UK (April 28, 2008).

Books by Jill Foulston, The Joy of Eating, The Virago Book of the Joy of Shopping, Sweet Love's Companion. Created April 30, 2008.

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London : Virago Press 2006 hard cover, white cloth, dust jacket, red and white check endpapers, 405pp including index and list of acknowledgements, all in excellent condition in excellent dj. A lovely anthology of writings from various well-known international cooking and literary sources, dating from the 18th to the 20th centuries. Other Books From BibliOZ. Watch Out! by Anastasio, Dina Biggles and the Black Peril by Captain W E Johns Nobody nowhere (The remarkable autobiography of an autistic girl) by Williams, Donna; Clare, Anthony (foreword) AUSTRALIAN ENDANGERED SPECIES MAMMALS BIRDS.

Beatrix Potter wove one of her most malicious tales around the roly-poly pudding. Colette counted the nuts she would pick before falling asleep in the French countryside. Dorothy Wordsworth noted her pie-making sessions in her diary and Anne Frank observed the eating habits of her companions in hiding. Food is a constant in our lives, and it has always been a basic ingredient of women's writing—in household books, cookbooks, diaries, letters, and fiction. In this anthology concentrating on international food writing by women, indulge your appetite with such diverse writers as Edwidge Danticat, Barbara Pym, and J. K. Rowling. Try making Elisabeth Luard's Afghan Betrothal Custard, Martha Washington's marzipan birds, or Nigella Lawson's favorite comfort food. And why not sneak into the literary kitchens of Banana Yoshimoto, Emily Brontë, and Angela Carter?