Most people love to eat and have cherished memories of meals they’ve shared over the years with friends and family. If you’ve ever read Peter Mayle, Frances Mayes or Carol Drinkwater, you know exactly what I mean. Their memoirs, while not technically in the culinary genre, all describe the planning and execution of those meals in a very personal way.
This post would have been finished much earlier if I hadn’t been busy copying the scrumptious recipes that Molly Wizenberg, author of A Homemade Life: Stories […]
How sinfully delicious it can be to read culinary memoirs. The stories are entertaining, often quite humorous and the descriptions of the food may be mouth watering but, luckily, not caloric. […]
Galileo said that it is “sunlight, held together by water”, while Robert Louis Stevenson stated it was “bottled poetry” and Thomas Jefferson declared that it is “a necessity […]