We were particularly pleased to find this one, published by The British Museum Press. This book contains over forty original recipes from the prolific food literature of Shakespeare's period, alongside fully tested modern adaptations; from Double rib of beef and rabbit in cider and mustard, to quince marmalade and ipocras (a spiced wine). Each chapter is centred around a theme suggested by Shakespeare's plays, using quotes from his writing about food as a starting point to explore the realities of living, eating and drinking in Shakespeare's London.
The ideal soap for washing your hands and washing your hands. You'll be the perfect host or hostess when you treat visitors to Lady Macbeth's Guest Soap. 'Try it in...
'Romeo Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo' one of the most famous scenes from Shakespeare. This black bookend silhouette elegantly represents this romantic scene. Black metal. Measurements: 17 cm x 10...
The Shakespeare Insults mug is covered with the Bard's funniest and most biting insults from his plays. Some of our favorites are: "Oh gull, O dolt, As ignorant as dirt"...
Presenting Shakespeare beautifully reproduces 1,100 posters from Shakespeare productions through history and around the world. Hardcover, 320 pages. Measurements: 18.5cm x 28.5cm.