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Mayes is as generous a cook as she is a writer, flavoring her story with tasty descriptions of local gustatory delights--many of which are included in a small recipe book. She also serves as narrator, and the beguiling simplicity of her voice makes listening as enjoyable as spending an afternoon with a well-traveled favorite aunt. (Running time: 9 hours, 6 cassettes) --George Laney --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I have read only 92 pages of this book and I'm not sure if I can finish it.
I am in love with anything Frances Mayes writes and this is a follow up of Under The Tuscan Sun by this beloved American author who lives bi-continent!
She shares very little about herself and her feelings and the book is left with being a very well written still life.
Really, the personal experiences of the author like being able to buy whatever she wants and the huge expensive gardens and the new house in San Francisco trump the amazing... Read morePublished 2 months ago by bas bleu
Am a devotee of all her works so , of course, this one did not disappoint.Published 2 months ago by Joan M Tarabusi
I think of this book as a travel guide and I want to visit Tuscany. It was very interesting touring the area BUT not as a tourist. Read morePublished 6 months ago by tigersmama
It started out fine; but every chapter was just like the last, just different cities, museums, etc. It is a travel log and no story to speak ofPublished 15 months ago by shirley randall
Wasn't into all the recipes. Did like descriptions of travel to off-the-tourist paths. Probably won't buy her next book.