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

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Smithmark, 1996 - Cooking - 182 pages
The man who loves to eat anything that's really good writes about crab in San Francisco, a carry-on gourmet lunch on a Miami flight, oysters in New Orleans, and other dishes in other places

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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


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CALVIN TRILLIN has been a staff writer for the "New Yorker" since 1963. He is the author of numerous books, including "About Alice, Deadline Poet, Family Man, American Stories, Killings, Uncivil Liberties", and "Remembering Denny", a "New York Times" bestseller. He lives in New York and eats heartily whenever he travels.

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