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    SO GOOD

    This was my first foray into reading Ruth Reichl (NYT food critic, Editor in Chief of Gourmet) in book form, and it blew me away. Reichl brings to life an era that is both recent and now totally ancient history, before the 2008 recession brought the magazine world down to earth. It's especially bittersweet given the too-soon losses of Jonathan Gold and Anthony Bourdain, sparkling characters in this memoir.
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    Plums and apples (the previous one i read)

    I raced through both books as a foodie as well as interested in the world that R.R. lived in. She writes so well . (Perhaps closely matched to Tina Brown). A breakfast,lunch,or dinner with this adventurous woman would be a joy...as reading her adventures with foods has been. Anthony Bourdain who is so missed would understand and love her.
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