Round the World in Eighty Dishes
Lesley Blanch, Round the World in Eighty Dishes - Slightly Foxed
  • Pages: 200
  • ISBN: 9781908117182
  • Format: Hardback
  • Publisher: Grub Street

Round the World in Eighty Dishes

Lesley Blanch

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As Lesley Blanch says in her introduction to a later edition ‘benign fate whisked me elsewhere to follow less restricted ways, travelling widely and eating wildly’.

She said: ‘I don’t belong in England, I don’t belong anywhere, it is rather restful – I have met everybody and known nobody’. Seductive and piquant like its author, this is ‘an appetizer for enthusiastic beginners’ rather than a basic cookbook. Lesley Blanch’s gastronomic world tour includes eighty recipes each prefaced by an account of where they were first tasted, or with some amusing anecdote.

Reviewed by Richard Mabey in Slightly Foxed Issue 50.

‘A kind of sensuous travelogue presented through the vicarious medium of food, a guide to cooking as an expression of the indigenous imagination.’ Richard Mabey



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