A gorgeous anthology of poetry, fiction and essays about food from your favorite classic authors.
From ancient times to today's celebrity chefs, people have always been inspired to write about food. In this delectable collection, Food for Thought, food historian Annie Gray has chosen an array of material to entertain and inspire. The variety is impressive - from lavish feasts in classical times to street food of pea soup and eels in 19th century London to how to find food on a desert island. Brimming with satire on Victorian etiquette, intriguing recipes through the centuries, and culinary advice from cooks and hosts, there's plenty to sink your teeth into. Whether you're a keen chef or much prefer to be cooked for, Food for Thought is a delicious anthology of classic food writing to satisfy any palate.
Hardcover: 224 pages
Physical Dimensions: 4" x 6"