I'll be with You in the Squeezing of a Lemon (Penguin 60s) Paperback – 6 Jul 1995
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'Writings and recipes from our most distinguished food writer.'
'Elizabeth David was one of the most influential cookery writers of the post-war period.
Her first book A Book of Mediterranean Food (Penguin Cookery Library), was published in 1950 while food was still rationed, but it fostered a desire for good ingredients cooked simply and unpretentiously.
All of her books received great critical acclaim and the publication of French Provincial Cooking in 1960 confirmed her position as the most inspirational cookery writer in the English language.
She was awarded the CBE in 1986 and died in 1992.'
89 pages split over 12 chapters:
1. Paris and Normandy
2. The True Emulsion
4. Juanita's Tortilla
5. Golden Delicious
6. Italian Dishes in Foreign Kitchens
7. Chez Barattero
8. Measurements and Temperatures
9. Les Potages : Soups
10. Cassoulet Toulousain
11. I'll be with you in the Squeezing of a Lemon
12. Cottage Loaves
English Lemon Curd
Cream of Tomato and Potato Soup
and that greatest of French regional dishes:
It should be noted that these books are just little tastes of the author, are written in a fairly small print and contain no illustrations.....hence the price!
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