(The National Trust) Little Library


(Dorling Kindersley and Bantam Books).

16 volumes

A series of illustrated guides to a wide range of foods – their history, provenance and properties – with traditional and modern recipes.

Aromatic Herbs 1989

Chocolate 1989

Jams and Preserves 1989

Salad Herbs 1989

Sweet Flavourings 1989

Spices: roots and fruits 1989

Spices: seeds and barks 1989

Teas and Tisanes 1989

Honey 1990

Ice creams and Sorbets 1990

Pasta 1990

Nuts 190

Coffee 1992

Exotic Fruits 1992

Garlic 1992

Oils, Vinegars and Seasonings 1992

Full of interesting, useful information, they’re superbly illustrated. You won’t be able to resist them!’ (Essentials)

Each attractively captures the imagination as to the more adventurous use of the ingredients which we are perhaps all too eager to take for granted.’ (Emma Bromidge, The Lady)

Written by Jill Norman, they contain a wealth of information about traditional and new foods, revival of forgotten dishes and introduce original recipes from all parts of the world.’ (Western Morning News)

Each explains about all most people want and need to know about its subject, has beautiful photographs and about a dozen well-written recipes.’ (New York Daily News)

Breves pero excelentes libros …Libros que da gusto mirar, ojear y tocar. Reúnen la doble cualidad de satisfacer el capricho y la necessidad.’ (Revista Sobre Mesa)