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 […]
Michael Ruhlman, the gourmand and talented nonfiction writer (Making of a Chef and House: A Memoir among others) wrote a quote on the back cover of […]
People all around the world were affected by Hurricane Katrina in August of 2005 as it unfolded in all its ugliness and ferocity on television, […]
When you discover that Susan Gilman, author of the exotically titled Undress Me in the Temple of Heaven, is already an accomplished and published writer you may have trouble […]
No matter what some citizens of the world may think of the United States, it is still the last great hope for many people. There […]