Questa conversazione è attualmente segnalata come "addormentata"—l'ultimo messaggio è più vecchio di 90 giorni. Puoi rianimarla postando una risposta.
Note: So far I've only read about a third of it.
https://www.theguardian.com/profile/kate-young has links to examples.
Really, this is not author spam! I am a long time member both of LT and this group. I love cookbooks, for reading, for cooking, and often just to look through before closing them and going into the kitchen to just cook. But this cookbook really hit me. It's not just a good cookbook, all the recipes have literary connections, and so I had to make sure my LT cooking friends knew about it.
Thanks for helping my natural acquisitiveness. :-}
(Chicklit is one thing; Ebooks are fine. Cookbooks are quite another; Paper works much better.)
Did someone say something about natural acquisitiveness?
"The authors of this delicious book have brought together what was eaten and when, with recipes (adjusted to the American scene) and with notations on the wines that accompanied the meals (and the authors have found and noted the equivalent wines, since not all readers will have access to the bounties of his lordship's purse)."
I also have The Recipe Book of the Mustard Club which Dorothy L. Sayers wrote when she created the Mustard Club advertising campaign for Coleman's Mustard. Much fun.
Looking at the Lord Peter cookbook makes me wish I had some local fans of his so that we could meet to talk about the book featured whilst eating the recipe from it. Sigh.
I do hope, though, that anyone attempting the goose recipe will see that the times don't make sense. She suggests 65 min/lb or 30 min/kg.