Charles Perry

Charles Perry is a culinary historian, and journalist, most famous as translator of the Baghdad Cookery Book by Muhammad bin Hasan al-Baghdadi.

Articles

  • Off the eaten track: Konya

    From Issue 34

    Charles Perry, Arabist and food historian, continues his travels along the highways and byways of Turkey’s culinary past. In Konya he is invited to a traditional wedding feast – rice with everything

  • Off the eaten track: Alan Davidson

    A tribute to Alan Davidson

    From Issue 30

    Charles Perry pays tribute to the diplomat and food historian Alan Davidson, an incurable romantic who changed the course of food history

  • Off the eaten track: Central Asia

    The Spring Equinox

    From Issue 31

    The boiling of a happy new year. Charles Perry continues his travels along the foodways and byways of Central Asia

  • Mystical Mouthfuls

    From Issue 36
  • The Taste of Byzantium

    From Issue 31
Buy the latest issue
Issue 57, May 2018 Black Sea Miracle
£ 12.00



Free Postage Worldwide

Magazines are sent post-free worldwide by Standard Air which can take up to three weeks. For expedited service and estimated delivery times please contact us.

Books are sent post-free worldwide to current Cornucopia subscribers.

Non-subscribers pay £6 per kilo for books.

See Subscribers Club for a full list of subscriber benefits.