Alice, let's eat: further adventures of a happy eater

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Vintage Books, Sep 1, 1979 - Cooking - 198 pages
Across time zones and cultures, and often with his wife, Alice, at his side, Trillin shares his triumphs in the art of culinary discovery, including Dungeness crabs in California, barbecued mutton in Kentucky, potato latkes in London, and a $33 picnic on a no-frills flight to Miami.

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User Review  - Carrie.deSilva - LibraryThing

Listed in various sources as an American humourist (although most such sources spell humourist in American!). This, along with other Trillin books, makes really good reading with food as the focus. An ... Read full review

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User Review  - grheault - LibraryThing

The first clue was this funny quip: "It all comes out on the honeymoon. " I soon realized I was reading something like "Julie and Julia", as much about marriage and love as it was about eating. Wonderful at many levels. Read full review

Contents

Alice
3
Off the Beach
14
Stalking the Barbecued Mutton
22
Copyright

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CALVIN TRILLIN has been a staff writer for the New Yorker since 1963. Since 1990, he has also been the Nation's "deadline poet." He is the author of twenty-seven books.

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