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on 21 March 2014
I found this book very funny in parts, and very sad in others. After reading Nichols' garden books, where Gaskin the manservant is usually in the background, here he is revealed, and their history together begins (and ends). The culinary parts of the book are hysterically funny, as Nichols tries to cope with machines he has never touched before e.g. the cooker. His ignorance is amazing to a modern reader, but one has to admire him as he slowly learns the art of cookery. A joy.
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on 19 November 2013
Love this book so does my wonderfull wife
A great read delivered to my door
We thight it had gone out of print but somehow Amazon
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on 10 July 2012
Anyone who is familiar with Beverley Nichols work will not be disappointed with this title and indeed there is a sad moment with the departure of Arthur Gaskin. A good read as always.
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