The Language of Food
From Shelf: The BA Summer Books Catalogue
Eliza Acton, despite having never before boiled an egg, became one of the world's most successful cookery writers. Her story is fascinating, uplifting and inspiring. With recipes that leap to life from the page, The Language of Food explores the enduring struggle for female freedom, the creativity and quiet joy of cooking and the poetry of food.
Format: Paperback / softback