'A great idea and quite beautifully written... especially the mouth-watering culinary descriptions.' Daily Mail
'A tender, thought-provoking novel. It examines love and how we express it and reveals the corrosive effect that guilt can have on the whole family.' WI Life Magazine
'This incredible novel is not only a luscious and lyrical tribute to the power of food as a force to bring people together, it's also an insightful reflection on the dynamic and powerful nature of family relationships.' Marjorie DeLuca
Grace has not had twelve people at her table for a long time. Hers isn't the kind of family who share regular Sunday meals. But it isn't every day you turn seventy.
As Grace prepares the feast, she reflects on her life, her marriage and her friendships. When the three generations come together, simmering tensions from the past threaten to boil over. The one thing that no one can talk about is the one thing that no one can forget.