Friday, 17 December 2010

A BRACE OF WINDS

The delicious Grub Street Press recently issued South Wind through the Kitchen, which is a charming collection of favourite passages from the writer and cook Elizabeth David, selected by various people. It is no coincidence that the title of the Capuchin Classic South Wind (by Norman Douglas) overlaps with the David anthology. Douglas and David became friends in Capri - where our novel is set, albeit under another name - and Douglas is mentioned several times in Grub Street's book.

If you haven't yet completed your festive acquisitions, what better a pair of books to present to a loved one who appreciates great writing and fine food?



David

1 comment:

High Times at the Hotel Bristol said...

Just to let you know that there is a new, revised, e-book edition of "Lunch with Elizabeth David", the novel about David, Norman Douglas and Eric Wolton, the boy he took to Calabria. Originally published by Little Brown, it is now available in all e-book formats and can be sampled at http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/29680
It is also in the Amazon KIndle store.