Reviews

  • Brilliant and original ... From slow feasts to fast food, Linford shows that, no matter what we are cooking, time is of the essence'

    Bee Wilson, Sunday Times
  • A compelling book...Time is the unacknowledged genie of the kitchen. The Missing Ingredient considers the meanings that go beyond quantitative measures

    Darra Goldstein, TLS
  • Thoughtful, lively and original. No one has approached food in regard to time before

    Jill Norman, Food and Wine Writer
  • Interesting...clever...revelatory

    Rachel Cooke, Guardian
  • Thoughtful and engaging

    Waitrose Weekend
  • Beautifully written and highly original. Jenny Linford scrutinises time-honoured food production methods and cookery techniques through the often ignored lens of time. A gently informative, almost lyrical volume for our impatient times

    Joanna Blythman, author of Shopped: The Shocking Power Of British Supermarkets
  • Jenny Linford has created something quite remarkable: a treatise on the single most vital and most overlooked element of food and cooking that's as page-turning as a thriller. It's hard to believe nobody has tackled the concept of 'time' before, and Jenny has done it more than justice. A glorious, essential addition to every food lover's book shelves.

    Marina O’Loughlin, restaurant critic

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