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patron saint of Wales (circa 520-600)

French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)

(Old Testament) the 2nd king of the Israelites

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And now, in the year that David would have celebrated her 100th birthday - and aptly coinciding with National Vegetarian Week, which runs from May 20-26 - a new collection entitled Elizabeth David On Vegetables has been released.
ECLECTIC MIX: Clockwise from top left: Vivien Leigh, Richard Dimbleby, Peter Cushing, Norman Parkinson, Mary Leakey, Shankly, Benjamin Britten, David Lloyd George, Elizabeth David and John Archer
Elizabeth David is regarded as the doyenne of cookery writers and first editions of her books such as A Book of Mediterranean Food, published in 1950, is worth around pounds 800.
These ideas can be seen in kitchens Grey has designed for people like Sting and Howard Jones, as well as Britain's most famous food writer -- his aunt, Elizabeth David, mentor to chef Julia Child.
Julia Child does so at great length, a meticulous step-by-step guide, Elizabeth David offers a feast of cultural references that open the mind as well as teasing the appetite, while his Persian-born tutor at American night-school conveyed each stage of the enterprise with intense physicality conveyed in a few surprising words.
Like Fisher, Elizabeth David (slightly later) used her experiences in Europe during World War II to launch a career as a food writer, and Julia Child did much the same a few years after that, discovering a love for food in the markets and kitchens of France in the late 1940s.
gt;Favorite cookbook: "Elizabeth David Classics," by Elizabeth David.
His profiles consist of two agents of the media metamorphosis: the 'Television Man', David Frost, and the 'Merchant of Dreams', Charles Saatchi; two victims: the late Princess Margaret, the Queen's younger sister, and the trade union leader, Arthur Scargill; and two cookery writers, Elizabeth David and Delia Smith.
Writing about the excesses of nouvelle cuisine in the 1983 edition of French Provincial Cooking, the noted cook and author Elizabeth David warned her fellows of"a certain coldness and ungenerosity of spirit, an indifference to the customer" In his 1825 The Physiology of Taste, Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, the grandfather of modern culinary writing, cautioned against burdening the customer with the concerns of the chef.
ELIZABETH DAVID - Although she's something of a recluse, I'd like to invite Elizabeth because she inspired me to become interested in food back in 1962.
It has been claimed that Elizabeth David has changed British life more than any other woman this century.
Elizabeth David, the late cookery writer, was also someone I admired.
Famous food writer Elizabeth David only became interested in the subject when she saw Mediterranean markets crammed full of vibrantly coloured fruit and vegetables.
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The food writer Elizabeth David once wrote: "It is useless attempting to make a bouillabaisse away from the shores of the Mediterranean.
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