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Glance who’s making dinner! Twenty-one of our favourite writers and cooks expound upon the joys—and perils—of feeding their families.
Mario Batali’s young children gobble up monkfish liver and foie gras. Peter Kaminsky’s youngest daughter won’t consume something in any respect. Mark Bittman finds the 4 phases of studying to cook dinner. Stephen King bargains tips on what to cook dinner if you don’t believe like cooking. And Jim Harrison exhibits how sturdy nutrients and wine trump pricey automobiles and houses.
This ebook celebrates those that toil in the back of the range, attempting to nourish and please. Their stories are observed through greater than sixty family-tested recipes, time-saving tips, and cookbook concepts, in addition to New Yorker cartoons. Plus there are interviews with homestyle heroes from all throughout America—a fireman in Brooklyn, a soccer trainer in Atlanta, and a bond dealer in la, between others.
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