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Loved learning about James Beard. The story was intriguing and drew me in. Solving the puzzle of where the next letter was filed was quite clever.Published 1 day ago by Linda Milks
Loved this book and the exquisite food descriptions. Made me want to go to New York right away and travel in her footsteps to all the little family owned food stores and markets. Read morePublished 1 day ago by MarleneSilkDyes
Had to follow this story to the end, couldn't wait to find out what Billie and Lulu had to teach each other. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Joan Elkins
A wonderful historical - fiction book! I learned so much about food, the food magazine industry and WW2. I could also visualize many of these discussions. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Alice Root
Loved how it began, but the further I got into it, the less enamoured I became. As I read, I kept thinking that it was the script for a Nicholas Sparks' novel.Published 2 days ago by sandra parsons
I loves this book! The writing evoked vivid smells, sounds and tastes that made the story come alive. I finished it and it stayed wrapped in my head for weeks!Published 3 days ago by Roberta G. Olson
Not nearly as good as her non-fiction books. Some parts were quite good but the premise became more and more far-fetched. Always love the food descriptions.Published 3 days ago by Luv 2 Cook