Tender at the Bone : Growing Up at the Table
by Ruth Reichl
Editor: Random House USA Inc
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NEW YORK TIMES bestseller At an early age, Ruth Reichl discovered that food could be a way to make sense of the worldIf you looked at people as they ate, you might know who they were”Its deliciously designed Bone Tender Brief is the story of a determined, improved, and equally defined life span through a passion for food, people, and the love of well-spoken tales.Beginning with Reichl, the mother of the famous food poisoner known as the Queen of Mould, Reichl introduces us to the fascinating characters, who shaped her world and her tastes, from the greedy Mister of the Cross, who served Reichl his first soufflé, to those who will be at his politically correct Berkeley table, who defended the organic foods of the revolution in the 1970sSpiced with contagious Reichl humour and sprinkled with his favorite recipes, Bone Tender is an irresistible comedy and chronicle of the sensual gastronomy of the passage to adulthood
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