Social commentary masquerading as sassy food writing
The joys, quirks, and questionable behavior that food and drink inspire fill this kaleidoscopic collection of award-winning commentary and diaristic reports. From Houston’s burgeoning culinary landscape to late-night revelry in Britain and Barcelona to a Hell’s Kitchen TV studio, it captures a way of life we take for granted no longer, when people freely gathered at tables and counters, shared food, raised glasses, and partook of drama and laughter and magic.
“She proves that writing about food doesn’t have to be so darn serious. I wish it could all be this fun.”
“A splash of Hunter S. Thompson (without the drugs) and a dose of Fran Lebowitz”
“The sarcasm of Anthony Bourdain and the true enjoyment of Rick Steves”
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