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Tender at the Bone: Growing Up at the Table
Part autobiography, part cookbook, completely absorbing. Reichl writes about her relationship with food and cooking, and the people who influenced her, from childhood through her early 30s. She weaves in the politics, culture, and race relations of the times, and she doesn't shy away from telling stories that don't put herself in a very good light. Take care if reading this book while hungry.
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