The City of London Cook Book: The Feasts, Traditions, Obscurities and Modern-Day Recipes of the City of London

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Accent Press Limited, 2006 - Cooking - 238 pages
Written by top chef and restaurateur. Peter Gladwin, who has catered for the Queen's Jubilee, numerous state banquets, and events at almost every unusual venue in London, this unique book is a compendium of the City's foods and traditions. With information about the traditional feasts, background on the dining rooms of famous London companies and recipes from numerous VIPs and top chefs.

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This is a beautiful book that has a really exciting range of recipies by Peter Gladwin and a variety of celebrities. There is also background information on many aspects of food and dining in the City of London plus quirky cartoons, woodcuts etc. Read full review

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