Spoon Fed

Spoon Fed

How Eight Cooks Saved My Life

Book - 2010
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A prominent New York Times food writer shares the challenging life lessons she learned from the generation of women cooks that includes Alice Waters, Rachael Ray and Marcella Hazan, a journey marked by painful relationships and alcoholism.
Publisher: New York : Riverhead Books, 2010.
ISBN: 9781594487576
159448757X
Branch Call Number: 641.5 SEV
Characteristics: 242 p. ;,22 cm.
Alternative Title: Spoonfed

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Kirbs Oct 18, 2011

This book was a "cold pull" off the shelf - and so grateful I did. Prize-winning food critic Kim Severson shares personal stories of how the kitchen and eight [rather famous] cooks shaped/saved her life. "The only ruler that matters is the one I pull out at the end of the day. Did I do my best? Did I tell the truth? Was I helpful to my fellows?

And, did I make something good to eat?"

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Iowakid
Jan 01, 2011

I appreciated the writer's honesty, and it truly gave me a picture of how positive change can happen. And, how important good food is...

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