SEVEN CIRCUMSTANCES

Book Reviews & Essays on Literature

Appetites, A Cookbook, by Anthony Bourdain, with Laurie Woolever

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Sometimes you have to admit you don’t know enough to give an opinion. For Appetites – A Cookbook, I asked food and wine critic, Andreas Rompel, for his review. In the past I’ve judged Anthony Bourdain’s memoirs from a literary point of view, no problem, and I’ve admired and enjoyed his writing, “…a poetic, stream-of-consciousness food-rap.” But this time, it’s about food and recipes – about which I know just about enough to not ruin scrambled eggs completely. It’s Bourdain’s first cookbook in ten years, and it’s a demonstration of his expertise. The man knows food – no doubt about that. (Continue reading…) For the review of Bourdain’s Medium Raw, go here

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