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Super. A delight for the Lover of subtle black Humor, not to mention cuisine.Published 9 months ago by Katherine Clark
I tried; I really did. When someone has the bravery to actually write a book and release it to public scrutiny I have always felt duty bound to read it if we cross paths. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Suzanne Marie Osborne
The idea was better than the book. But I do like Lanchester.Published 16 months ago by Amazon Customer
I found this on a Daily Meal website of the top 10 food books of all time. It is really wonderful and if you're into food, you'll enjoy it totally. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Midwest Lady
Narrated by one Tarquin Winot, a snobbish yet brilliant foodie, as he travels to his home in France, this might seem at first to be nothing more than his musings (and highly... Read morePublished 22 months ago by sally tarbox
Very clever, very funny, very good, very knowledgeable. Would suit a bon viveur - the chief protagonist is very evil.Published 23 months ago by Mr. Alexander Eve
This is my second copy of the book; it is one to read and re-read over the years. Even if it isn't new, it would make a great selection for a bookclub.Published 24 months ago by Jean Sue Libkind
What a disappointment! Greatly overrated. Lanchester got to his point very slowly, and by the time he got there, it was no surprise. Read morePublished on January 7, 2014 by Katharine Rogers