Jane Grigson has a chatty, readable style which inspires you to try recipes purely on her recommendation as she clearly writes with such knowledge. The book is organised with a section for each fruit, arranged alphabetically. There is an introduction to each which includes snippets of the fruit's history and occasional literary references. If this sounds rather worthy / stuffy then don't be put off. The temptation to read an entire section before trying a recipe is irresistible. It is ideally organised if you have been out shopping or picking and would like an inventive way of using your bounty. If you feel you are ready to move on from Delia Smith then this is a sure path of progress.