Luke Honey

Luke Honey

Writer, Blogger & Art Dealer

https://www.lukehoney.typepad.com
Former auction expert turned amateur cook and book obsessive, Luke has been writing The Greasy Spoon blog since 2007: a personal and sometimes irreverent take on the link between food and culture. He has also contributed to The Spectator Coffee House, The Dabbler and The Hotspur and has a regular blogging column for Homes and Antiques. He lives in London with his wife and book chewing whippet. Current enthusiasms include the food of the American South and London Dry Gin.

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Luke's favorite cookbooks

A Kitchen in France

A Kitchen in France

Mimi Thorisson

One of the best recent books on French Country Cooking. From the table of the lovely Mimi Thorisson: as much about substance as style; everything works.

Brit Spice

Brit Spice

Currently trading on Amazon for a penny. It deserves better than this. Currently one of my favourite Indian cookery books. Simple, delicious Anglo-Indian food, well thought out and clearly tested by the writer.

A Taste of Morocco

A Taste of Morocco

Robert Carrier

Dear old Robert Carrier, now forgotten and consigned to the culinary dustbin of history. This is my favourite Carrier work, lavishly illustrated; charming and enthusiastic.