Recipe for disaster: first runs of two new cookbooks lost at sea

A container collapse in the mid-Atlantic earlier this month sank copies of Mason Hereford’s Turkey and the Wolf and Melissa Clark’s Dinner in OneThere are two highly anticipated new cookbooks that won’t be troubling Pinch of Nom’s position at the top of the charts any time soon – after they sank to the bottom of the ocean.New copies of Mason Hereford’s Turkey and the Wolf, which collects recipes from Hereford’s award-winning New Orleans restaurant, and Melissa Clark’s one-pot cookbook Dinner in One, were being transported on cargo ship The Madrid Bridge, which lost around 60 containers overboard in the mid-Atlantic earlier this month. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2022-01-31 16:44:26 UTC ]
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