by Ruth Reichl

Reviewer Rating:
4

Review

This is a follow up to he first book called Tender at the Bone, Reichl writes beautifully about food and about being human. Her observations are prosey yet powerful, she is identifiable and admirable flawed and motivated. Also she has eaten with some of the best and most famous cooks of our age so reading this book made me feel like i was at table with them all. Lovely!

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Ruth Reichl does know how to express her many loves. I enjoyed, "Not Becoming My Mother," her memoir about getting to know her mother not as a mother but as a person. Yet, what keeps me coming back for more is her food writing.

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