Between 1921-2, Agnes Jekyll (1860-1937) , sister-in-law of Gertrude Jekyll, wrote a series of essays for the Times newspaper with titles such as 'Tray Food' and 'Sunday Supper'. Kitchen Essays is a volume of these first cookery columns ever to be published in the Times. A celebrated hostess, Lady Jekyll's first dinner party included Robert Browning, John Ruskin and Edward Burne-Jones. Full of insight, wit and comfort, Kitchen Essays champions the idea that cooking should always fit the occasion and temperament.
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