The Ernest Hemingway Cookbook compiles the author's beloved dishes and recipes as they were listed in his works and expressed in his life. There are over 125 entries in the compendium with pages reserved for obscure concoctions like 'Damn Good Sauce,' 'Fillet of Lion' and 'Woodcock Flambé in Armagnac.'
Hemingway's A Moveable Feast and A Farewell to Arms are ridden with descriptive dinnertime passages. His love of drink and food went hand in hand with his passion for writing, and this publication makes sense of his insatiable appetite in a series of chapters.
Family photos and words from Hemingway's wife Mary add personal dimensions to the collection. Fans of the author will also get a chance to replicate the very meals that inspired his literary career.