Do you long for a morsel of Proust’s madeleines? Does the thought of Virginia Woolf’s Boeuf en Daube make your mouth water? And do elevenses a la Paddington bear tickle your fancy? – The Novel Diner’s website
A pop-up supper club in London called the Novel Diner, which stages meals from famous novels, includes Virginia’s famous boeuf en daube meal from To the Lighthouse.
The club promises to bring “to life famous novels with food, performance and setting” and immerse diners into the world of a different book” at each event.
Read more about Woolf and food on Blogging Woolf:
- Virginia Woolf, food and fiction
- Searching for Woolf in a small town library
- A new twist on Virginia Woolf and food