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Home bread master Samuel Fromartz learns by doing — and writing

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bumblingfoodie:

(via So You Want to Be a Food Writer — Medium)

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newyorker:


"When breaking the ice with someone you’ve just met, you might hesitate to bring up sex (creepy!) or death (morbid!). Food, on the other hand, provides an instant topic of conversation that anyone can join, inoffensive without being boring."

Bee Wilson discusses the allure of food writing in her review of Sandra Gilbert’s “The Culinary Imagination.”
Photograph by Emmanuel Pierrot/Agence Vu

newyorker:

"When breaking the ice with someone you’ve just met, you might hesitate to bring up sex (creepy!) or death (morbid!). Food, on the other hand, provides an instant topic of conversation that anyone can join, inoffensive without being boring."

Bee Wilson discusses the allure of food writing in her review of Sandra Gilbert’s “The Culinary Imagination.”

Photograph by Emmanuel Pierrot/Agence Vu

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vikingpenguinbooks:

For NPR’s series Crime in the City, M.L. Longworth talks about her mystery books featuring the Inspector Verlaque in the southern French town of Aix-en-Provence. Listen here!

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paperlanternlit:

"Some books are meant to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few are to be chewed and digested." - Francis Bacon

paperlanternlit:

"Some books are meant to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few are to be chewed and digested." - Francis Bacon

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eataku:

I want these!

But shipping from the UK is ridiculously expensive. :(

http://www.firebox.com/product/6291/Salami-Notes?id=15173

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The New Yorker: Bee Wilson on William Sitwell’s new book, “A History of Food in 100...

newyorker:

Bee Wilson on William Sitwell’s new book, “A History of Food in 100 Recipes” and the pleasure of reading cookbooks like works of fiction:

“Recipes have a story arc. You need to get through the tricky early prepping stages via the complications of heat and measuring before you arrive at…

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theparisreview:

“There were days when Amory resented that life had changed from an even progress along a road stretching ever in sight, into a succession of quick, unrelated scenes. It was all like a banquet where he sat for this half-hour of his youth and tried to enjoy brilliant epicurean courses.”
Win Bassett on F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise, and beer.

theparisreview:

“There were days when Amory resented that life had changed from an even progress along a road stretching ever in sight, into a succession of quick, unrelated scenes. It was all like a banquet where he sat for this half-hour of his youth and tried to enjoy brilliant epicurean courses.”

Win Bassett on F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise, and beer.

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Seamus Heaney-Oysters

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