A book of Mediterranean food

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Penguin Books, 1965 - Cooking - 203 pages

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I had never heard of Ms. David until I read "Something to Declare" by Julian Barnes, one of the collected essays is about her and her recipes. She comes off as a British Julia Child. Many of the ... Read full review

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When I first picked up Mediterranean Cooking I was trying to decide if Elizabeth David truly expected the everyday housewife to cook from this book. The magic of her writing is that her methods as far ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
9
Soups
33
Snails
44
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About the author (1965)

Elizabeth David (1913-1992) published eight books during her lifetime, from the evocative "Book of Mediterranean Food to the masterly "English Bread and Yeast Cookery,

John Minton (Boone, NC) is president of management consultancy Havatar Associates.

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