Random House Tender at the Bone: Growing Up at the Table

Ruth Reichl
$17
No one does food writing like Ruth Reichl. You probably know her from her stints at the LA Times, the New York Times, and, of course, Gourmet... but she's also a killer memoirist. This one begins in childhood, with memories of an erratic mother whose casual attitude toward spoiled food earns her the nickname 'the Queen of Mold', and traces Reichl's relationship with cooking and eating along with her coming-of-age, from French-Canadian boarding school to a commune in Berkeley. The story continues in the follow-up memoir, Comfort Me with Apples,. It's a fantastic read (and it's one of Ann's favorites too.)

The Specs

  • softcover
  • 320 pages
  • 5.2" x 0.7" x 8"
  • Random House
  • USA

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