In this delicious history of Britain’s food traditions, Diane Purkiss invites readers on a unique journey through the centuries, exploring the development of recipes and rituals for mealtimes such as breakfast, lunch, and dinner, to show how food has been both a reflection of and inspiration for social continuity and change.
The remarkable wartime diary of nurse Kathleen Johnstone 'Warm, chatty and endlessly absorbing, this delightful diary brims with intelligence and humour.' Wendy Moore, author of Endell Street: The Women Who Ran Britain's Trailblazing Military Hospital
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A celebration of the remarkable life and reign of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth IIFrom young princess to internationally revered head of state, Queen Elizabeth has always fascinated and intrigued. This fully updated commemorative edition celebrates and remembers the glorious reign of Britain’s longest-serving and much cherished monarch.