Sylvia Plath, literary icon of the 1960s, is Zelda's latest dinner guest.
She only lived to be 30, but her short stories, poems and exceptional novel, The Bell Jar, ensured her place as one of the most respected writers of the 20th Century.
Mushrooms, one of her most famous poems, is an extended metaphor for the struggle she - and other women - had to be heard and taken seriously.
QUORN WITH CREAMY LEEK AND MUSHROOM SAUCE
4 quorn fillets
600ml vegetable stock
2 leeks, cleaned, split in half and roughly chopped
6 chestnut mushrooms, sliced
2tbsp olive oil
1tbsp plain flour
150g low-fat soft cheese
4tbsp double cream