Henrietta Garnett

If you think Virginia Woolf’s novels are good, you should try her bread

A review of Jan Ondaatje Rolls’ ‘The Bloomsbury Cookbook: Recipes for Life, Love and Art’. How to make Dora Carrington’s nectar of cowslip wine, Vanessa Bells’s scones or William Cobbett’s loaf

‘The Kitchen Table, Charleston’ by Vanessa Bell

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