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After five years at Oxford, where she gained a M. Litt. degree for a thesis called Unreasonable Laughter in Restoration Comedy, Helen Simpson won the Vogue Talent Contest. The next five years have been spent working at Vogue, writing about travel, shops and food, as well as interviews and fictions.
love this old fashioned book. pen/ink drawing and lots of info an the history of tea and some good recipes.Published 2 months ago by Marguerite Ranney
I was reading thorugh the non-recipe parts of this book in my school's library. It makes English people (or at least the person who wrote this book) seem full of themselves and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Haillie
Nothing difficult nor outstanding. Will go in a tea party gift basket.Published 5 months ago by Jan in Ohio
Tea time is a pleasant escape and these recipes add to that experiencePublished 5 months ago by vivian f.
Interesting book. I bought it mostly for my curiosity. I enjoyed reading the story but I don't think I will use the recipes. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Gracie
In this day & age of "just add water & bake" for scones, it seemed too tedious to go thru the made from scratch things....like Mayonaise! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Uprise24
This is a nice little book, marred only by the book jacket being damaged.Published 9 months ago by Helene McKinnon