publisher of books
on cookery & food history
We’re still here! We can post books out to you – and we have just printed our new books and they are in.
Eat Your Front Garden by Mat Coward, and Beppina & the Kitchens of Arezzo by Elizabeth Romer – please use the links. Mat Coward’s book is ideal for the Spring, and if you are lucky enough to have your own garden, you can wander down your own garden path as often as you like. And Beppina & the Kitchens of Arezzo is how you can go to Italy using time travel.
Josh Sutton’s book, Food Worth Fighting For is attracting review attention.
We have also reprinted La Varenne’s Cookery, Cooking Apicius, and Geoponika. All of these are in, and can be bought through our website. We will post them out quickly. PPC 116 was sent out last week, thankfully, and it is arriving on people’s doormats. One bit of joy for you food historians.
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PPC – new subscriptions will start with PPC 117 in June 2020. To subscribe, use the link. It works for renewals too.
In the Scottish Highlands, Isle Martin had a launch event on the slipway on 28th February for their Seaweed Festival, taking place September 2020. Fiona Bird of Seaweed in the Kitchen was there.
The Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food have been awarded a Gourmand Award – Best in the World, in series – 2020. The award is for excellence across the series, and congratulations to the editor, Mark McWilliams, and all the contributors.
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