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The best memoirs, of course, transport you. But the most famous scene in Fuchsia Dunlop's narrative places the reader squarely in Dunlop's home while she debates the merits of eating a caterpillar from her garden, thinking back on the many bugs she ate when she became the first, and only, Westerner to be a full-time student at the Sichuan Institute of Higher Cuisine. The book itself, though, does take readers on the same journey Dunlop took through China, and in turns looks at the ...

Great Books: The Top 25 Must-Read Food Memoirs of All Time

Savory & Sweet, The Minimally Invasive Magazine  The inaugural issue features gluten-free cookies for all your holiday baking needs.

Savory & Sweet, The Minimally Invasive Magazine

Savory & Sweet, The Minimally Invasive Magazine The inaugural issue features gluten-free cookies for all your holiday baking needs.

WOLF

Newspaper, Wolves

At this point, you could very well consider Ruth Reichl's <a href="https://twitter.com/ruthreichl">poetic Twitter feed</a> its own kind of amazing food memoir. But of her printed works, her 1998 memoir, <i>Tender at the Bone</i> (published when she was still the critic at the New York <i>Times</i>) is most deserving of a spot here. As with the best food memoirs, it's the joy of discovery — of new foods, new people, new ways of living — that makes <i>Tender</i> so compelling.

Great Books: The Top 25 Must-Read Food Memoirs of All Time -- Grub Street New York

Gin & It Magazine Issue 1

Gin & It Magazine Issue 1

Cook House Issue 15  This issue we’re all about wintery roasts

Cook House Issue 15

Cook House Issue 15 This issue we’re all about wintery roasts

Who's Hungry? Magazine | Late Summer 2013 | No 8  Blending the worlds of food and photography, the magazine features travel stories and recipes from top food writers, as well as styling tips, interviews, and of course, stunning images by Stephen Hamilton

Who's Hungry? Magazine

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s millions of monthly readers. Title: Who's Hungry?

The Host Magazine

The Host Magazine

Newspaper, Cheese

New York–based novelist Laurie Colwin’s book is a collection of essays that spans several decades of her life, which was unexpectedly cut short, at age 48, in 1992. She covers topics like fried chicken, fussy eaters, and hotplates with a wink, never taking herself too seriously. “This is down-to-earth but expert food writing by a novelist,” says writer Kate Christensen, who considers the book one of her favorites. “These memoirs read like letters from a best friend — intimate, fond, and ...

Great Books: The Top 25 Must-Read Food Memoirs of All Time -- Grub Street New York

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