2 edition of An omelette and a glass of wine found in the catalog.
An omelette and a glass of wine
|LC Classifications||TX631 .D38 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010006369|
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An Omelette and a Glass of Wine, by Elizabeth David, is one of the first books that the Lyons Press (formerly Lyons and Burford) published as part of the Cook's Classic Library series. It offers 62 articles written by David between and for a variety of publications/5(14). An Omelette and a Glass of Wine, offers 62 articles originally written by Elizabeth David between and for numerous publications including The Spectator, Gourmet magazine, Vogue, and The Sunday Times/5(7).
An Omelette and a Glass of Wine, a collection of articles originally written for The Spectator, Gourmet magazine, Vogue, and The (London) Sunday Times, among others, is the penultimate book by Elizabeth David.
This revered classic volume contains delightful explorations of food and cooking, among which are the collection's namesake essay and other such gems as "Syllabubs and Fruit Fools," "Sweet Vegetables Cited by: 5. An Omelette and a Glass of Wine book. Read 52 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Contains delightful explorations of food and cookin /5. An Omelette and a Glass of Wine is a very interesting and useful collection from the journalistic archives of legendary cookery writer Elizabeth David. Her clear prose is as crisp, evocative and relevant today as it ever was.
Elizabeth gives us recipes and information about produce that leap off the page/5(36). An Omelette and a Glass of Wine is comprised of essays the wrote for well-reputed publications such as Vogue and The Spectator.
While the writing is knowledgeable and professional there is an air of whimsy and playfulness running throughout. Here is an example, just to get you started: "He [the waiter] /5(3). A classic collection of articles, book reviews, and travel essays from “the best food writer of her time” (Jane Grigson, The Times Literary Supplement).
An Omelette and a Glass of Wine offers sixty-two articles originally written by Elizabeth David between and for numerous publications including the Spectator, Gourmet magazine, Vogue, and the Sunday Times/5(32).
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