The Food of Love: The Taste of Shakespeare

A delicious selection of 16th Century English dishes adapted and updated for the contemporary kitchen by Shakespearian scholar Alycia Smith-Howard and Master Chef Alan Deegan, together with anecdotes and explanations from the Bard’s plays. Readers will be able to prepare modern versions of dishes and meals that Shakespeare himself may have enjoyed some 400 years ago.

This beautiful book gives information on seasonal celebrations and foods including soups, salads, fish, meat, sweets, bread and cheese and the culinary use of flowers and beverages. In addition, the explanations of culinary techniques and simple cooking methods will help to bring more pleasure to kitchen tasks.

  • Hardback, 160 full colour pages.
  • Measures 25.5 x 20.5 cm.

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