Endless Feasts: Sixty Years of Writing from Gourmet
Allen & Unwin, 2002 - Cooking - 401 pages
This sumptuous compendium of food and travel essays, culled from the archives of Gourmet magazine and introduced by Ruth Reichl, features beautifully rendered stories and unforgettable meals in the most interesting and unlikely places. Sprinkled with original recipes, Reichl's selections include M.F.K. Fisher on three Swiss inns, Ruth Harkness on consuming rare pheasants in Tibet, George Plimpton on breaking his tooth on a Haagen-Dazs bar, Joseph Wechsberg on the world's greatest pastry shop in Vienna, Robert P. Coffin on living off the land in Maine, and Madhur Jaffrey on childhood delicacies from Northern India.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - salerie - LibraryThing
An eloquent but playful collection that appeals to the senses. Many of the authors in this book I have never heard of, but they contribute to a better understanding of flavour and the many ways we savour it. This is the book that drew me into food writing. Read full review
Endless feasts: sixty years of writing from GourmetUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Drawing from the archives of Gourmet magazine, editor in chief Reichl (Comfort Me with Apples) has chosen a tempting collection of articles and essays that celebrate the pleasures of food and delights ... Read full review