Good Food is a classic collection of seasonal recipes from 1932 by the renowned food writer Ambrose Heath, with a beautiful cover and illustrations by Edward Bawden. It features a chapter for every month of the year with a range of delicious savoury and sweet recipes - from pigeon casserole in January and lemon pie in June to Spanish salad in September and chocolate souffle in December. It's a celebration of a return to dining and entertaining, of the joys of fresh produce, and of exciting culinary influences from other cultures. "I'm a long time fan of cook books that tell a story, people like...Ambrose Heath." (Sophie Dahl). Ambrose Heath (1891-1969) was born in London and was one of the most successful food and drink writers of his day. His journalism appeared in the Times and the Guardian, and his books include Good Food, Good Drinks and a translation of Madame Prunier's Fish Cookery Book. Edward Bawden (1903-1989) studied at Cambridge Art School and the Royal College of Art. He worked on linocuts, landscape paintings, murals, book illustrations and commercial graphics.