The Food Of Love

Author: Anthony Capella
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1405512199
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Laura Patterson is an American exchange student in Rome who, fed up with being inexpertly groped by her young Italian beaus, decides there's only one sure-fire way to find a sensual man: date a chef. Then she meets Tomasso, who's handsome, young -- and cooks in the exclusive Templi restaurant. Perfect. Except, unbeknownst to Laura, Tomasso is in fact only a waiter at Templi -- it's his shy friend Bruno who is the chef. But Tomasso is the one who knows how to get the girls, and when Laura comes to dinner he persuades Bruno to help him with the charade. It works: the meal is a sensual feast, Laura is utterly seduced and Tomasso falls in lust. But it is Bruno, the real chef who has secretly prepared every dish Laura has eaten, who falls deeply and unrequitedly in love. A delicious tale of Cyrano de Bergerac-style culinary seduction, but with sensual recipes instead of love poems.

The Food Of Love

Author: Kate Evans
Editor: Myriad Editions
ISBN: 190843483X
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Fresh and funny, this perfect gift for new mothers is a refreshingly different guide to breastfeeding. Packed with hilarious and stylish graphi, it will entertain the rest of us too: partners, friends and anyone who has ever wondered how it all works. A perennial favourite with breastfeeding counsellors and those working with new mothers, The Food of Love has the support of the professionals as well as of Kate's many fans.

The Food Of Love

Author: Amanda Prowse
Editor: Lake Union Publishing
ISBN: 9781503940048
Size: 12,96 MB
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A loving mother. A perfect family. A shock wave that could shatter everything. Freya Braithwaite knows she is lucky. Nineteen years of marriage to a man who still warms her soul and two beautiful teenage daughters to show for it: confident Charlotte and thoughtful Lexi. Her home is filled with love and laughter. But when Lexi's struggles with weight take control of her life, everything Freya once took for granted falls apart, leaving the whole family with a sense of helplessness that can only be confronted with understanding, unity and, above all, love. In this compelling and heart-wrenching new work by bestselling author Amanda Prowse, one ordinary family tackles unexpected difficulties and discovers that love can find its way through life's darkest moments.

The Food Of Love Cookery School

Author: Nicky Pellegrino
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1409133818
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In the sun-drenched Sicilian hills, four women learn the lessons of a lifetime at the Food of Love Cookery School. In a remote Sicilian mountain town, four women arrive at a cookery school, each at a turning point in their lives. Moll is a foodie and an exhausted working mum on the holiday of a lifetime. Tricia, a top London lawyer is taking a break from the demands of her job and her family. Valerie, consumed by grief following the death of her partner, is trying to figure out how to live a life without him. And recently divorced Poppy has come to Sicily to learn about the place that her grandfather was born before emigrating to Australia. Luca Amore runs the school, using the recipes passed down to him by generations of Amore women. He expects this course to be much like all the others - but as sparks fly, friendships are made and secrets are shared. And for each of them nothing will ever be the same.

The Food Of Love

Author: Peter Greenaway
Editor: Dis Voir
ISBN: 9782914563697
Size: 15,34 MB
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Inspired by Shakespeare's famous words, "If music be the food of love, play on," "The Food of Love," by British director Peter Greenaway (born 1942), is a story of amorous obsession set in Venice and London.

Food And Love

Author: Jack Goody
Editor: Verso
ISBN: 9781859848296
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Describes the evolution of cuisines from both the East and West, their influence on the rest of the world, and taboos associated with certain foods and drinks.

If Music Be The Food Of Love

Author: Denise Elam Dauw
Editor: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN: 9781629943381
Size: 14,44 MB
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""It is happening. She can feel it. Every day she inches closer toward the inevitable feeling, like a raindrop falling into an abyss of water, lost forever. She is her mother's daughter, at least in this way, and it looms like a dark cloud. Waiting. Down in the fabric of her bones and gene deep..."" Relive the passion and romance of Mae, Jean, and Ellie--three ailing women whose lives were forever altered through the powerful presence of music, opening gateways to true love. Amidst their current illness, the women are separately visited by a man of alleged paramount significance. Who is this man? Is he the key to helping these women or can music unlock the answers in time to save them all? ""A travel through generations interconnected by the love of music and a story that defines the true meaning of love at first sight. Ms. Elam Dauw gives us an intelligent male character who goes above the call of duty for love. This is a story that charms audiences and proves that true love is worth fighting and waiting for!"" --Andrew Westerman ""This novel struck multiple chords with me, being at once sadly poignant and beautifully romantic. Ms. Elam Dauw's excellent narrative paints a vivid and endearing portrait of each one of her characters. I wanted to be in love and be loved in exactly the same way as Ellie (in Part 3). This is a very moving novel."" --Wendy M. Hershey

Hudson And Halls

Author: Joanne Drayton
Editor:
ISBN: 9781988531267
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Hudson & Halls: The food of love is more than just a love story, though a love story it certainly is. It is a tale of two television chefs who helped change the bedrock bad attitudes of a nation in the 1970s and 80s to that unspoken thing - homosexuality. Peter Hudson and David Halls became reluctant role models for a 'don't ask, don't tell' generation of gay men and women who lived by omission. They were also captains of a culinary revolution that saw the overthrow of Aunty Daisy and Betty Crocker and the beginnings of Pacific-rich, Asian-styled international cuisine. Their drinking, bitching and bickering on screen, their spontaneous unchoreographed movements across the stage that left cameras and startled production staff exposed broke taboos and melted formalities. They captivated an unlikely bunch of viewers, from middle-aged matrons to bush-shirted blokes. Hudson and Halls were pioneers of celebrity television as we know it today: the naughty, not-quite-normal boys next door who rocketed to stardom on untrained talent and a dream. When Peter Hudson became seriously ill with prostate cancer, David Halls was inconsolable. What remained unchanged through it all was their abiding love for each other. In this riveting, fast-paced and meticulously researched book, New York Times bestselling author Joanne Drayton celebrates the legacy of the unforgettable Hudson and Halls.

Broccoli And Other Tales Of Food And Love

Author: Lara Vapnyar
Editor: Anchor
ISBN: 030737761X
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Each of Lara Vapnyar's six stories invites us into a world where food and love intersect, along with the overlapping pleasures and frustrations of Vapnyar's uniquely captivating characters. Meet Nina, a recent arrival from Russia, for whom colorful vegetables represent her own fresh hopes and dreams . . . Luda and Milena, who battle over a widower in their English class with competing recipes for cheese puffs, spinach pies, and meatballs . . . and Sergey, who finds more comfort in the borscht made by a paid female companion than in her sexual ministrations. They all crave the taste and smell of home, wherever—and with whomever—that may turn out to be. A roundup of recipes are the final taste of this delicious collection. From the Trade Paperback edition.