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4 responses

  1. oh I LOVE your first row of books – Bill Grainger and Neil Perry. Have you been to Australia? I am looking at your photos to guess whether you live in Australia – no? I visit Bill’s restaurants when I am in Sydney. He is very famous there and I love the way that his recipes are simple but luscious and always highlight the main ingredient. I have even had the honour to do a cooking class with him. It was great fun.

    Neil is a bit of an icon too.

    Lots of hot weather greetings from downunder (Adelaide). And thanks for putting me on your blogroll. I am so delighted.

    Observe, eat, be thankful and enjoy. VY

    23/10/2007 at 22:05

  2. Naomie


    Please advise whether you would be interested in featuring / reviewing Fay Lewis’ third recipe book “Be My Guest” on your blog.

    The book features recipes for entertaining as well as decor and styling tips, and will be available in South African stores from November 2009.



    04/08/2009 at 16:09

  3. really thank you for the books.i was looking for some good books.

    27/01/2012 at 12:46

  4. bert

    I really like yr blog – very fine french savoir vivre – keep it up.

    27/01/2013 at 01:46

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