Poetry on a Plate: A Feast of Poems and Recipes

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Salt Publishing, 2006 - Cooking - 132 pages
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A book to celebrate the theme of ‘food', as part of the Poetry Society’s annual ‘National Poetry Day’ festivities. Perfectly appropriate for the armchair or the kitchen, “Poetry on a Plate” contains mouth-watering recipes by chefs and food writers, including Tony Singh, Frances Bissell, Mary Berry and Anton Edelmann, combined with a delicious assortment of poems. This unique feast features chefs talking about poetry and poets talking about food, garnished with poems selected by the Poetry Society which relate to the ingredients or composition of each recipe. Poets include some of the UK’s top contemporary poets as well as their predecessors – Keats and others.

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