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Around the Table: Women on Food, Cooking, Nourishment, Love... and the Mothers Who Dished it Up for Them Paperback – 13 Oct 2005

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5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting insight to women and food 27 July 2005
By Jennifer B. Brown - Published on
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This book offers a personal glimpse into women's lives and their life with food and other women. With a personal touch, Lela Nargi's writing puts the reader into the subject's lives and gives a tantilizing view of who cooks, why they cook, and why they cook WHAT they cook. The recipes are an added bonus, giving the reader another way to relate to the women they have just read about, and making the experience more fulfilling than just a book about women and food.

The stories are delightfully varied in terms of culture, tone and food, and give some new ideas on celebrating with food. I myself want to have a "perfect meal" party, and can only hope that it's as good as the one in "Around the Table". An excellent, quick read, and a great book to add to your collection, if you enjoy food and reading about foodies.
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