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Serious Pig: An American Cook in Search of His Roots Paperback – November 16, 2000
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I love intellectual connections, so I was delighted to discover that one of the wellsprings from which John Thorne draws his inspiration is the writing of Richard Olney. This ties up a string of influence from Elizabeth David to Olney to Thorne to Alton Brown, one of the most influential popular voices in culinary journalism. Olney is one of the most intellectual writers on culinary matters writing in English and available in the United States. And, it is clear not only in Thorne's `Simple Food' motto but also in his intellectual point of view that he owes much to Olney.Read more ›
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John Thorne is a gifted writer who just happens to write about cuisine and our American foodways. He is not a celebrity, he is not on TV, he doesn't write cookbooks. Read morePublished 21 months ago by iams1955
that this book has recipes in it is to me an added extra. i read mr. thorn's book when i have my earthly problems, or when i need bucking up or some common sense suggestions on all... Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by norman D. hindley