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Includes a Retrospective Preface by the couple’s daughter, Victoria Price, and a new Foreword by Wolfgang Puck.
Price used his considerable resources to collect extraordinary dining experiences across the U.
, Mexico, and Europe, and then documented and opined like a madman.
With his cookbook in print again, Vincent Price lives on.
” — Zanne Early Stewart, former editor, Gourmet”I think the recipes in this cookbook are classic and still resonate with Americans today.
“A perfectly preserved snapshot of food culture in 1965.
” — Saveur”The real joy of A Treasury of Great Recipes is the way it transports you to another world.
” — Chef Thomas Keller, Per Se and Bouchon restaurants”The Proust in all of us will relish the profiles of ghosts like Le Pavillon and the Forum of the Twelve Caesars in New York, the original La Pyramide in France and Bali in Amsterdam.
” — The New York Times”Good cooking is where you find it,” according to the authors of this unique collection, whose international smorgasbord ranges from the haute cuisine of Europe’s finest restaurants to the juicy hot dogs at Dodger Stadium.
In perhaps the first celebrity cookbook, famed actor Vincent Price and his wife, Mary, present mouthwatering recipes from around the world in simplified, unpretentious forms that anyone can make and enjoy.
Selected from London’s The Ivy, Madrid’s Palace Hotel, New York’s Sardi’s, and other legendary establishments, the recipes are accompanied by witty commentaries, while color photos and atmospheric drawings by Fritz Kredel make this one of the most beautiful books of its kind.
However, the masters of sinister Raven’s Mill, the handsome, brooding, Caleb Vyne and his dashing half-brother, Charlie Sheridan, appear to have other ideas.
Stubborn and determined, Lydia won’t rest until she gets to the bottom of the mystery of their families’ history.
Worcestershire born Miss McCabe intertwines real history with a gripping plot.
For those who relish a good, old-fashioned story of romantic suspense.
Young heiress, Lydia Annesley, returns from London to claim her inheritance to a salt fortune in Upwych.
Lydia is thrown directly into the middle of rivalries, secrets, and sabotage surrounding their family and that of their competition at Raven’s Mill.
‘ – The Lady’A passionate saga of the Victorian salt industry with heiress Lydia at the centre of a battle between two young men – one of them her handsome business rival.
‘ – Peterborough Evening Telegraph’Romance, intrigue and documented history combine to produce a richly-rewarding read.
‘ – The Good Book GuideHelen McCabe has published many romantic and historical novels as well as scripts for TV and film.
But she will soon discover that some secrets are better left uncovered…Lydia soon finds out to her cost what price she has to pay for her beauty, her fortune and her business…‘The Price of Beauty’ was previously published as ‘Raven’s Mill’.
‘ – Evesham Journal’A traditional 19th Century saga of dreams and misunderstandings – of a teenaged, newly orphaned heroine with looming responsibilities for the family estate and ailing salt factory; a likely hero (who could be a villain) and likely villain (who could be the hero), both of whom have close connections with a rival salt mill.
Majo had been the Gatekeeper for more than 700 years, guiding souls into the Realms Beyond and keeping the demons from the land of the living, before tricking the young Mi into taking her place.
Majo’s plan went awry, though, when the sisters used the terrible gifts of their ancestors’ power to transform Mi, but left her with a narrow way in which she might redeem herself.
Eager to earn entry into the Golden Realm of Light, five spirits of Mi’s long-dead ancestors had aided Majo in manipulating each of her sisters in turning her into a freak.
Tasked with learning to love herself in order to avoid her fate as Gatekeeper, she knows the the spirits of her ancestors are gathering once more, twenty-five long years later, bringing both her sisters and her daughters to witness whether Mi’s search for beauty has finally come to an end, or if one of them must take her place.