Romance of Food,
I looked up author-celebrity-cookbooks a while ago, in awe of Terry Pratchett. Cartland published several, sucessfully in her time; you too may run across one in a used bookstore or junk shop. If you find The Romance of Food
, I recommend to you the photograph of noisette of lamb w/baby veg (p44). And then note, with (if you would) Judeo-Christian
wonder, the romatic tie-in:
"what woman does not long to be carried like a lamb in the arms of the man she loves."
A shepherdess, for one. Better to be certain that one is an old ewe too tough for mutton.
So wrote clew in