Toast & Marmalade and Other Stories

About the Author: Emma Bridgewater

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☆ Toast & Marmalade and Other Stories  ↠ By ↠ Emma Bridgewater witches – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Toast & Marmalade and Other Stories
  • Emma Bridgewater
  • English
  • 05 May 2018
  • 1444734911

Toast & Marmalade and Other Stories Emma Bridgewater s cheerfully distinctive kitchen pottery manufactured and traditionally hand decorated in the Staffordshire Potteries, just as it would have been 200 years ago has found its way onto the dresser shelves and kitchen tables of homes all over Britain and beyond.Her designs are jaunty, friendly, sometimes quietly funny They call to mind childhood picnics, summer gardens and busy kitchens, with their motifs of Sweet Peas and Figs or bold calligraphic patterns such as Toast Marmalade Above all the name Emma Bridgewater suggests home and welcome.This book combines beautiful photographs of Emma s life and designs with a collection of warm stories of her family, along with the inspirations for and characters involved in the success of this particularly English brand. New Read Books Toast & Marmalade and Other Stories by Emma Bridgewater – onedayyourdayweddings.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Toast & Marmalade and Other Stories

  1. Julie says:

    I must say I eat my dinner every night off Emma Bridgewater plates and even though they are over ten years old they make me smile each evening So obviously I am a fan, and I did enjoy this book It is a real mixture of lovely family photos, recipes,family memories and stories about how Emma set up her business and some of the influences that have made her a worldwide success story.It was hard not to be jealous of her lovely life with and country houses filled with children and extended family, I must say I eat my dinner every night off Emma Bridgewater plates and even though they are over ten years old they make me smile each evening So obviously I am a fan, and I did enjoy this book It is a real mixture of lovely family photos, recipes,family memories and stories about how Emma set up her business and some of the influences that have made her a worldwide success story.It was hard not to be jealous of her lovely...

  2. Mousy Brown says:

    I did enjoy it but not as much as I thought I would and I m not even really sure why It is full of lovely photos but they don t really share much with the story being told there are lots of interesting stories but they never seem to reveal a lot and there are recipes at the end of each chapter but they often feel tagged on there because that was the format agreed rather than having anything particularly to do with what has gone before So all in all I think I am a little disappointed I did enjoy it but not as much as I thought I would and I m not even really sure why It is full of lovely photos but they don t really share much with the story being told there are lots of interesting stories but they never seem to reveal a lot and there are recipes at the end of each chapter but they often feel tagged on there because that was the format agreed rather than having anything particularly to do w...

  3. Sarah Lee says:

    I love Emma Bridgewater pottery so it was a must that I read this when it came out I really enjoyed this book It is full of Emma s tales of childhood, her inspiration for her designs, how her company got off the ground, what drives her, family memories, some lovely recipes and fantastic photos Her writing is beautiful, very warm and...

  4. Lynnea says:

    Memoir, food stories, recipes, pottery pictures I loved this book It has beautiful photography as well.

  5. Jennifer says:

    This book was OK in a good way, I liked it but probably wouldn t recommend it to others, given that serious Emma Bridgewater pottery collectors will not need a recommendation It follows the trend for a quirky approach to autobiography, jumping backwards and forwards and sideways So it is a little like a day spent with Emma Bridgewater as she tells you about herself and her life and you eat lunch and afternoon tea quite possibly that is exactly how the book was generated, and I can t quite m This book was OK in a good way, I liked it but probably wouldn t recommend it to others, given that serious Emma Bridgewater pottery collectors will not need a recommendation It follows the trend for a quirky approach to autobiography, jumping backwards and forwards and sideways So it is a little like a day spent with Emma Bridgewater as she tells you about herself and her life and you eat lunch and afternoon tea quite possibly that is exactly how the book was generated, and I can t quite make my mind up whether that s laziness by ghost w...

  6. Ricki Treleaven says:

    Happy Wednesday afternoon, My Lovelies Recently I received a gift of Emma Bridgewater s Toast Marmalade and Other Stories An adorable mug from the toast marmalade collection was included with it.I enjoyed reading this memoir so much because I enjoy reading about other artists and the creative process Emm as book is chock full of how she developed Emma Bridgewater Pottery and grew her business I also thought it was fun to read family anecdotes and recipes I have yet to try any of Happy Wednesday afternoon, My Lovelies Recently I received a gift of Emma Bridgewater s Toast Marmalade and Other Stories An adorable mug from the toast marmalade collection was included with it.I enjoyed reading this memoir so much bec...

  7. Lindsey says:

    Toast and Marmalade isn t a very exciting book, but it is very cozy It s a collection of anecdotes of and influences on Emma Bridgewater, a successful English spongeware ceramics designer I first heard of her through Nicola Beauman of Persephone Books...

  8. Maryke says:

    Really enjoyed this book as it provided insights into English earthenware in Stoke and the beginnings of Emma Bridgewatter pottery Also includes some lovely photos and interesting recipes from Emma s childhood and youth.

  9. Rachel Lucas says:

    I loved this bookI really like her pottery the story of how she started, together with family memories all woven through with recipes gorgeous photographs is quite wonderful It has inspired me, too I look at our home in new ways.

  10. Katrina says:

    An enjoyable read.