Food: A Love Story
Publish date: 2014-10-21
Publisher: Crown Archetype
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
This was my first exposure to the comedy of Jim Gaffigan. I went with audio because I figured it would come the closest to seeing him live; he's the narrator, so you experience this book presumably the way it was intended to be delivered. It was good. At no point did I ever want to fast forward,...
I have to say that Gaffigan is quickly becoming one of my favorite comedians. His delivery is spot on and his observations are keen without being snarky or mean-spirited. His work is also "clean" - no cursing or explicit material is found here, so you can listen to this with kids present. I think th...
This book is exactly like listening to a 6 hour stand up act. It's even read by Jim Gaffigan, and though he starts out sounding a little bit like he's going to try sound like a narrator his stage persona quickly takes over. I happen to adore Jim Gaffigan. He's from northwest Indiana, loves food, a...
Following his book on parenting, Jim Gaffigan offers a book on his true strength: food. As with Dad is Fat, a lot of this is material I've seen/heard elsewhere, but most of it isn't. I think -- I don't have an encyclopedic knowledge of Gaffigan's material, as much as my children want me to (I wouldn...
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