The Carved Angel Cookery Book

By Joyce Molyneux

Original Publisher
Collins
Date of publication
1990
ISBN
0004112644

says

Considered an ambassador for the Modern British food movement, Joyce Molyneux, a passionate advocate for hyper-local ingredients, was also one of the first women to score a Michelin Star. The greatest hits from her Dartmouth restaurant—Calf’s Liver With Gin and Lime Sauce, Saddle of Hare With Grapes and Brandy—make up this creative compendium.

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Tamasin Day-Lewis

Writer, film maker

Joyce was one of the inheritors of the great George Perry-Smith who had The Hole in the Wall in Bath and later Riverside, one of the first restaurants with rooms, in Helford in Cornwall. His partner Joyce had the eponymous Carved Angel at Dartmouth. Simon Hopkinson was also under George's culinary wing.

Hattie Ellis

Food writer

Not explicitly an English cookbook – influences and ingredients also come from elsewhere – this is nonetheless deeply and beautifully rooted in Molyneux’s cooking in her Devon restaurant. Every recipe has that little bit of finesse that makes a dish special without being cheffy.

Graham Garrett

Chef and owner of The West House

Original champion of British food and seasonal ingredients long before it was trendy. A Great chef and an amazing restaurant.

Valentine Warner

Author and chef

A wonderful book of creative and interesting recipes from one of the greats

Nathan Outlaw

Chef/Restaurateur

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