I love memoirs anyhow, but I really love Mimi's. She's got a great vocabulary and has lived an interesting life. She doesn't follow the "I was born, I did this, and now I'm doing this," timeline, which is interesting and perhaps more inviting. She seems to organize her stories somewhat topically, and of course it's always about her travels and love of food and cooking.
By the way, she's been all over, and eaten everything along the way! I loved her descriptions of food in Sweden and Thailand, and her trips to everywhere, including multiple to Cairo (which I hated when I was there, so it was good to read a fresh opinion on the place.)