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Licence to Cook: Recipes Inspired by Ian Fleming's James Bond Paperback – April 12, 2010
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Edward knows his food and the James Bond novels and weaves the origin of the dishes from the novels into his introductions with the style and sophistication of 007 himself.
The photography is gorgeous and the recipes hold up well - clearly well tested, a difficult task with only the books to work from but Edward also revisits recipes from the same period to augment missing details from Fleming's novels and also uses good substitutions with a twist on out-dated ingredients.
The cover is an homage to Richard Chopping's 'A Spy Who Loved Me' dust jacket and no Bond fan or gourmand should be without it.