1. My Kitchen Wars

    A Memoir

    Betty Fussell

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    A fierce and funny memoir of kitchen and bedroom from James Beard Award winner Betty Fussell

    A survivor of the domestic revolutions that turned American television sets from Leave It to Beaver to The Mary Tyler Moore Show to Julia Child’s The French Chef, food historian and journalist Betty Fussell has spotlighted the changes in American culture through food over the last half century in nearly a dozen books.

    In this witty and candid autobiographical mock epic, Fussell survives a motherless household during the Great Depression, gets married to the well-known writer and war historian Paul Fussell after World War II, goes through a divorce, and finally escapes to New York City in her mid-fifties, batterie de cuisine intact.

    My Kitchen Wars is a revelation of the author’s lifelong love affair with food—cooking it, eating it, and sharing it—no matter where or with whom she finds herself. From Princeton to Heidelberg and from London to Provence, Fussell ladles out food, sex, and travel with her wooden spoon, welcoming all who come to the table.
  2. Pub Date
    03/03/2015
    Publisher
    Open Road Integrated Media
    ISBN13
    9781453218433
    Format
    Ebook

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Betty Fussell

Betty Fussell (b. 1927) is an accomplished American writer whose essays on food, art, and travel have appeared in the New York Times, the New YorkerVogueFood & WineGastronomica, and more. She is the author of eleven books, including The Story of Corn and Raising Steaks. Her memoir My Kitchen Wars has been performed in New York and Hollywood as a one-woman show.

 

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