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A Long and Messy Business [First Edition]

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hese recipes and essays, first published in the Financial Times, are a distillation of Rowley Leigh's forty years as both a professional chef and a home cook. They detail with precision and wit how to cook and enjoy both unusual and familiar ingredients through the seasons. With Leigh s succinct wine recommendations and over 120 recipes, this is a book to get messy with overuse in the kitchen and to pore over in an armchair with a glass of the author s beloved Riesling close to hand.

Glossy pictorial boards. Minor scuff marks. Corners sharp. Black and white woven head and tail bands. Text block is clean and solid. White woven page marker.

Item details

Added value:
Full colour illustrations
Author(s):
Leigh, Rowley
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1918 First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
415
Publisher:
Unbound

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hese recipes and essays, first published in the Financial Times, are a distillation of Rowley Leigh's forty years as both a professional chef and a home cook. They detail with precision and wit how to cook and enjoy both unusual and familiar ingredients through the seasons. With Leigh s succinct wine recommendations and over 120 recipes, this is a book to get messy with overuse in the kitchen and to pore over in an armchair with a glass of the author s beloved Riesling close to hand.

Glossy pictorial boards. Minor scuff marks. Corners sharp. Black and white woven head and tail bands. Text block is clean and solid. White woven page marker.

Added value:
Full colour illustrations
Author(s):
Leigh, Rowley
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
1918 First Edition
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
415
Publisher:
Unbound

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