A delectable memoir of family, friends and food by the restaurant critic for the New York Times weaves a philosophy of life that many may not have considered before. As Reichl states, “Food could be a way of making sense of the world...if you watched people as they ate, you could find out who they were.” With her relaxed, open demeanor, Reichl introduces the pivotal characters in her life, such as her mother--a woman who would throw any edible thing into a dish and call it a masterpiece. There’s a great fondness in Reichl’s voice as she recounts anecdotes of her life with food at home and her later experiences at Berkeley, where she investigated the world of organic cooking. Tender at the Bone is a real treat -- especially with the enclosed booklet of recipes! R.A.P. ©AudioFile, Portland, Maine [Published: JUN/JUL 98]
Trade Ed. Random House Audio 1998
DD ISBN 9780553752205 $14.98
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