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An Omelette and a Glass of Wine (The Cook's Classic Library)
by Elizabeth David, John Thorne
(Paperback)

Is There a Nutmeg in the House
by Elizabeth David
If you care about food, you must read Elizabeth David. Author of nine definitive books, including Italian Food and French Provincial Cooking, her writings famously helped reawaken the postwar British palate while educating, through authentic recipes and compelling investigation, a generation of cooks about food and its joys. Is There a Nutmeg in the House?--a second posthumous anthology (David died in 1992)--contains previously uncollected essays, journalism, and correspondence, plus 150 recipes, all of which reveal the author at her wonderfully informative best. Readers will delight in her opinionated yet embracing sensibility, her unerring sense of what makes food not only good but genuine--true to itself and the people who make it. -Arthur Boehm - Amazon.com
(Textbook Binding)

South Wind Through the Kitchen : The Best of Elizabeth David
by Elizabeth David, Jill Norman (Compiler)

French Provincial Cooking (Penguin Twentieth-Century Classics)
by Elizabeth David, Julia Child (Introduction)
(Paperback)

Writing at the Kitchen Table : The Authorized Biography of Elizabeth David
by Artemis Cooper
Hardcover - 384 pages
Ecco Press; ISBN: 0060198281

Italian Food
by Elizabeth David, Julia Child (Introduction)
(Paperback)

Summer Cooking (New York Review Books Classics)
by Elizabeth David, et al
375 Recipes from the classy Ms David - first published in 1955.
Paperback: 234 pages
New York Review of Books; ISBN: 1590170040;

A Book of Mediterranean Food (New York Review Books Classics)
by Elizabeth David, Clarissa Dickson Wright (Introduction)
Paperback: 204 pages
New York Review of Books; ISBN: 1590170032;
 
 
 

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