Friday, December 26, 2008

Ruth Reichl: Tender at the Bone

The first part of Ruth Reichl’s biography. For some reason I have read them in reverse order. This one might have best when read as a first one as much background information about her troubled relation with her mother can been found from here. Book tells the story of her childhood, adolescence and young adulthood, until the first time she finds a writing position as a food critic. Very entertaining and interesting book, much better than the middle part, but probably not entirely as good as the last part. Many interesting recipes waiting for testing.

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