Alone in the Kitchen with an Eggplant: Confessions of Cooking for One and Dining Alone
Publish date: July 19th 2007
Publisher: Riverhead Books
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
It is certainly true that cookie is therapeutic, creative, and all those other faintly creepy self-helpish words. I would love to tell you that learning to cook was part of my journey toward actualization. I would love to tell Oprah this. I would love to tell Oprah this while weeping. But I learned ...
Some of these essays were funny but overall I felt I was going to o.d. on navel-gazing. I guess I shouldn’t have expected otherwise. There was too much “I was poor,” “I was young,” “I was a struggling writer,” “My kitchen was the size of a placemat.” I would have been more receptive if I were a food...
Good, easy reading. All of the pieces are nicely written by experienced writers. Each piece gives a personal perspective on eating/cooking/dining out alone. Some of the people love it, some hate it. Some cook for themselves, some don't bother if they're alone.I happen to love cooking and eating ...
Fun little foodie episodes from a variety of writers. Often they are more of a examination of loneliness than eating.
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