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Ruth Reichl is the editor in chief of Gourmet magazine and the author of the bestsellers Tender at the Bone and Comfort Me with Apples. She has been the restaurant critic at the New York Times and the food editor at the Los Angeles Times.
Lovely coming of age of an adult daughter who finally "gets" her deceased mother.Published 18 days ago by Busy Bee
I have read most of it before, and really liked it better the previous times. Have I changed so much? Or, am I just cranky these days? and it has nothing to do with Ruth Reichl?Published 2 months ago by Mary Salter
If you have read any of Ruth's other books, this is a great companion piece to her life story. I would not start with this book, but I am coming to this conclusion from my own... Read morePublished 3 months ago by g.recker
I read this book in less than two hours and really enjoyed it. The author puts voice to generations of women who struggle with the work/family balance. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michele
A wonderful book about women from different generations written in a funny clever way. A precious book . A great gift for another woman enjoyed!Published 11 months ago by Carol L.
But still I loved it. Her mother was a big reason for Ruth to turn out to be the dynamic woman she is. And this book explains in every detail.Published 17 months ago by S. Belson
I love Ruth Reichl's books, so I was excited to read this one as well. It's maybe not my favorite that she's written and it's way shorter than I was expecting but it was really... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kanne
Everyone should read this book and think of their parents. Sometimes we take things for grant it. Beautifully written, easy read. Well worth it.Published on May 5, 2011 by Barbara Brenner
I just finished this book the other night. It's super short and usually I get sad when I near the end of Ruth's books. Read morePublished on September 29, 2010 by Allig8er00