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Mimi Sheraton is one of this generation’s most influential food writers and critics, having authored several books, writing for several top magazines and serving stints the food... Read morePublished 5 months ago by P. Mulloy
excellent recounting of her life as a reviewer, and more. great read, even for the non-foodie. wonderful summer read, too.Published on June 12, 2008 by Daniel E. Nelson
The book is generally well written and moves along at an interesting pace. Only occasionally does she shift too quickly or drag things out too much. Read morePublished on July 9, 2007 by John Chancellor
Along with her other book "Garlic & Sapphires" we non-pros get to see what life is like as a famous food writer with interesting anecdotes. Read morePublished on November 5, 2006 by Geepers Peepers
After reading Ruth Reichl's Garlic and Sapphires, I wanted to read more about the world of restaurant reviewers and how the process works, just for fun. Read morePublished on August 24, 2006 by Gen of North Coast Gardening
I loved this book!
Ms. Sheraton is an interesting multidimensional woman. Her book is as her life filled with fascinating travel adventures, shopping, and eating. Read more
I give this memoir five stars for the the author's curiousity, acumen and intelligence, all of which inform this wide-ranging tale. Read morePublished on April 16, 2006 by Anonymous Reader
The book is interesting in places, boring in others - she is not a person you easily like. Her experiences in restaurants were the most interesting parts - the rest....zzzzzz.Published on October 3, 2005 by L. haymond