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A Taste of Dreams: Josceline Dimbleby's Cookery Book, illustrated by Nicholas Dimbleby, Hodder .
A Taste of Dreams: Josceline Dimbleby's Cookery Book, illustrated by Nicholas Dimbleby, Hodder & Stoughton (London, England), 1976, published as A Taste of Dreams: Cookery Book, 1979, published as A Taste of Dreams, illustrated by Peggy Chapman, Sphere (London, England), 1980.
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Josceline Rose Dimbleby (née Gaskell, born 1943) is a British cookery writer. She has written seventeen cookery books, and was cookery correspondent of The Sunday Telegraph for 15 years. She was born in 1943. She is the daughter of Thomas Josceline Gaskell (1906-1982) and Barbara Jowett (died 1998), whose father Percy Hague Jowett was principal of London's Royal College of Art. In 1948, her mother Barbara Jowett married again, to Sir William Montagu-Pollock.
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Josceline Dimbleby was brought up both abroad and in England
Josceline Dimbleby was brought up both abroad and in England. She has been one of Britain’s most popular food writers for over thirty years. Her first book A Taste of Dreams, published in 1976, won the Andre Simon Award for the best cookery book of the year. Since then she has published seventeen cookery books and was cookery correspondent for the Sunday Telegraph newspaper for 15 years, winning a Glenfiddich Award for her pieces on India and the Far East.