Fascinating quotations from Shakespeare relating to food are complemented on the facing page by a simple but succulent recipe. All recipes are workable, if concise! Many of the recipes have a sixteenth-century English flavour. - The book is divided into sections, each based on a quotation, such as Cakes and Ale, Food for Midas, Golden Fruit, Meat Sweet Savor'd.
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³Strive mightily but eat and drink as friends.² Shakespeare thought that music was the food of love ‹ but what did he have for breakfast? Was it all cakes and ale, or was there some toil and trouble as well? Find out in this unique collection of Shakespeare¹s thoughts on food ‹ each one with its own delicious recipe.About the Author:
Domenica de Rosa is very familiar with Shakespeare's works, as her ability to quote at length at the drop of a hat testifies! She edited The Little Book of Shakespeare, as well as commissioning and editing the prize-winning BBC Shakespeare on CD-ROM series. She also has a great interest in food, together with a bank of family recipes which are used in this book.
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Book Description Trafalgar Square, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M000711317X