Mixed in with this unique jewelry collection, again using only the best ingredients combined with her own chefly artistry, Day-Lewis provides recipes for making the most of the garden’s offerings. “Vegetables,” she says, “are the jewels of the earth.” She speaks lovingly of her grandmother’s garden where vegetables were “brought up to the house every morning . . . heaps of small, sweet carrots like waxy, whiskery orange candles; tiny pebbles of new potatoes; slim, shiny broad bean pods, firm-flowered caulis” and so much more. In this volume, she complements Hemmerle’s creations with those from her kitchen.
There is no doubt that Delicious Jewels (Prestel 2011 ) appeals to both our heavenly and earthly longings—no need to wait for Happy Hour to indulge!
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Enjoy the feast . . .
-- Rosemary Carstens