Edward Bawden worked with London luxury provisions store Fortnum & Mason for a number years either side of World War II, designing a number of catalogues, menu cards, brochures and other ephemera.
Food writer and self-confessed bibliophile Leslie Geddes-Brown surveys 101 pioneering cookbooks, selected by her for their influence, for their unusual recipes or simply for their beauty.
Although a previous blog about the coffee van on Cley beach might suggest otherwise, we don't base all our walks on the available catering but last week Leigh's bright blue van by the Stoer Head Lighthouse was a cheerful and welcoming sight.
Our friends at Cortijada Los Gázquez in Andalucia are launching a new creative course this September.
The Food of Art is a creative course for those who enjoy creative activities around food such as food presentation, illustration and photography. As an eco-guest house the food is seasonal, fresh and local.
Later this year Jake will be publishing In At The Deep End, the follow up to the brilliant A Tale of Twelve Kitchens.
Bringing to mind the collections of material that Jake would create for Atlas, Creative Review have just blogged about the press pack for this latest book.
Christopher Brown recently created this linocut for Claude Bosi's Fox & Grapes pub on Wimbledon Common.