Mark Crick’s Kafka’s Soup: A Complete History of World Literature in 17 recipes is a book often borrowed and seldom returned. It is a joy to dip into this collection of literary pastiches for recipes written in the style of Raymond Chandler, Irvine Welsh, Charles Dickens, John Steinbeck, Homer, Chaucer and so on.
The author has chosen to read for us Quick Miso Soup à la Franz Kafka and Tiramisu à la Marcel Proust A third recipe, Tarragon Eggs à la Jane Austen is read by Anne Sedgwick.
Quick Miso Soup à la Franz Kafka read by Mark Crick
Tiramisu à la Marcel Proust read by Mark Crick
Tarragon Eggs à la Jane Austen read by Anne Sedgwick
Recorded by David Watson at The Monostery
Kafka’s Soup can also be found in The Household Tips of the Great Writers together with Machiavelli’s Lawn and Sartre’s Sink continuing the theme with tips on gardening and DIY.