A Literary Feast: Recipes Inspired by Novels, Poems and Plays

The perfect book for anyone who enjoys spending their days with a book in one hand and a saucepan in the other. Have you always wanted to try Mrs Ransay's Boeuf en Daube? Do you salivate at the thought of Mrs Cratchit's Christmas dinner? Or perhaps you'd like to taste a hint of Keat's Mellow Fruitfulness? This recipe book covers a wide range of authors from Aristophanes to Zola and features some delicious and creative dishes for you to cook and share. The author couples both famous and unusual dishes in literature with recipes on how to prepare them, including Turkish delight Edmund wouldn’t be able to resist, a fruit salad the goblin men would covet and cucumber sandwiches even Algernon would eat in public. A fantastic feast awaits your senses, just open the book and you will see.

  • Hardback, 224 pages.
  • Measures 18 x 13cm.

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