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Eugene Cheong Well worth reading. It's several of M. F. K. Fisher's classic books in one thick tome. The reason I've not given it 5 stars is that one or two books in the middle drags a bit.


Rosminah My first time reading the tome, I found some middle books to drag as well. In fact, I hated the section of How to Cook a Wolf. After rereading, I started to like it more and more. Now it is one of my favorites from the collection.
However, I have not grown to like the stories of her time in Mexico, but all the others are so amazing, I can easily pass that over.


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Duc I started with GAS ME. I just like autobiographical point of view.


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