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In 1929, a newly married M.F.K. Fisher said goodbye to a milquetoast American culinary upbringing and sailed with her husband to Dijon, where she tasted real French cooking for the first time. The Gastronomical Me is a chronicle of her passionate embrace of a whole new way of eating, drinking, and celebrating the senses. As she recounts memorable meals shared with an assortment of eccentric and fascinating characters, set against a backdrop of mounting pre-war tensions, we witness the formation not only of her taste but of her character and her prodigious talent.
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Mary Frances started a new relationship while in the process of divorcing her husbandGabrielle Hamilton’s 2011 Blood, Bones & Butter is one of the most successful heirs to Fisher’s oeuvreKThe prose is exquisite, and Fisher' s approach to life is adventurous, stoic, and ahead of her timeAnd what I knew made me sorry that any of us had ever gone to that village, and ashamed that we were so big, so pale, so incautiously aliveSeveral chapters (some of my favorites) are about the eerieness of life at limbo and at sea - and she grasps at food like a life preserverI had thought The Gastronomical Me was an exception, a book with the theme of food, which isnt actually a theme of food! I sought to find her normal booksOf all her books, this is the one most suitable for non-foodiesIt was not as though she had nothing else on her mind
The book sort of jumps around and skips chunks of her life so all of a sudden you think-where did this guy co This was a tough one-between a 3.5-4The first few chapters and the last few, especially, were absolutely wonderfulI'll let MsShe finished the book in July, just after her 35th birthdayM.F.K
But for all that, I liked most of it fairly wellSee all the pieces in this month’s Slate Book ReviewThroughout The Gastronomical Me we revisit two tableaux: Fisher at a table with her intimates, and Fisher dining aloneRereading: Great food writers Read more The only hitch with this is that Fisher or, to be formal, Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher was on record as hating the idea of the personal essayAs she recounts memorable meals shared with an assortment of eccentric and fascinating characters, set against a backdrop of mounting pre-war tensions, we witness the formation not only of her taste but of her character and her prodigious talentIt all sounds very good, but the execution was just not to my taste (see what I did there?)www.novareviews.blogspot.com .more flag 1 likeLike see review Fisher’s sensual accounts of the connection between food and emotional inner lives severed food writing from kitchen drudgery
I believe none of those books could have been written without Fisher blazing the food trail in the middle of the 20th centuryPG-13: Risky Reads You Must Read This Summer Books Best Books of the Year I realize it was written 70 years ago, but she was really full of herselfShe covers her life in foodie memories from earliest childhood through 1943Further, that each meal, no matter how small or briefly enjoyed, is a precious pause worth savoring 48a4f088c3