Fortnum & Mason: Christmas & Other Winter Feasts

Fortnum & Mason: Christmas & Other Winter Feasts

Fortnum & Mason: Christmas & Other Winter Feasts

Illustrated | English
ISBN13: 9780008305017
Published Date: 18 October, 2018

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Capturing the magic and finest festive traditions of Fortnum & Mason, Christmas and Other Winter Feasts gathers together everything you need to enjoy a truly delicious winter.

A joyous celebration of Fortnum & Mason's love for extraordinary seasonal food, Christmas and Other Winter Feasts is filled with flavoursome recipes for Christmas and New Year's Eve, as well as Guy Fawkes and Burns' Night.

From seasonable soups to hearty January eating, and featuring exclusive stories from the Fortnum & Mason archives, Christmas and Other Winter Feasts is the essential accompaniment to any party, gathering or feast.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 304
Item Weight 1428 Gram
Product Dimensions 211 x 32 x 274
Publisher Fourth Estate
Format Illustrated | 304

Praise for Fortnum & Mason: The Cook Book:

`This book, with its lovely colour illustrations taken from old Fortnum's direct marketing booklets, is undiluted nostalgic celebration' Rose Prince

`Some of my earliest food memories are of Fortnum & Mason ... So, understandably, the Fortnum's Cook Book has a strong nostalgic appeal for me, but a cookery book cannot survive on sentimentality alone, and I have insulted the book's elegance already, besmirching it with hideously garish post-it notes' Nigella Lawson

`A beautiful new cookbook' Clerkenwell Boy

`It's a beauty!' Gizzi Erskine

Tom Parker Bowles is a food writer and broadcaster, and author of six books including E is for Eating: An Alphabet of Greed, the award-winning Full English: A Journey Through the British and Their Food, Let's Eat: Recipes From My Kitchen Notebook and Fortnum & Mason: The Cook Book.

He is also Restaurant Critic for The Mail on Sunday, and Food Editor of Esquire. He lives in London.