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Ambrose Heath


Who is Ambrose Heath?

Ambrose Heath was a journalist and food writer who wrote for newspapers including The Times and The Manchester Guardian, before becoming the food writer for The Morning Post. From 1933, when he published four cookery books, Heath wrote and translated more than one hundred works on food, such as Good Food on the Aga and The Good Cook in Wartime. He was best known for a translation: Madame Prunier's Fish Cookery Book.

  • born on (124 years ago)
  • profession: Journalist
  • died on (45 years ago)
  • written works: "Savoury snacks", "American dishes for English tables", "From creel to kitchen", "Good soups", "More kitchen front recipes", "Good Sweets", "Home cookery", "More good food", "Good drinks", "Guernsey tomatoes", "The Country Life cookery book", "Kitchen front recipes and hints", "Kitchen table talk", "The book of sauces", "Good dishes from tinned food", "Good puddings and pies", "Good potato dishes", "Good salads and salad dressings", "Good cheese dishes", "Pig curing & cooking", "Good egg dishes", "Good fish dishes", "Cooking in war time", "Good cooking on rings", "Good cakes, bread and biscuits", "Simple American dishes in English measures", "The Wine and Food Society's guide to meat", "Good savouries", "Favorite food from Ambrose Heath", "There's time for a meal", "The book of the onion", "Good sandwiches and picnic dishes", "The International wine and food society's guide to meat", "Simple salads and salad dressings", "The Penguin book of sauces", "Meat dishes without coupons", "Good cold dishes", "What's wrong with the cooking?", "Good breakfasts"

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