12 Nov '13, 4pm

Check out this #LifeStories post w/ @AnnMahNet, author of MASTERING THE ART OF FRENCH EATING, & @vonBremzen:

Check out this #LifeStories post w/ @AnnMahNet, author of MASTERING THE ART OF FRENCH EATING, & @vonBremzen:

Two very different projects—but as you’ll learn over the course of our conversation, Mah and von Bremzen do share some common ground, from their mutual backgrounds in travel and food journalism to the roles that family and memory play in each of their stories. And, perhaps most importantly, the realization that a great dish isn’t necessarily defined by its ingredients, but by the experience of preparing and enjoying it with others. (You’ll also learn about the distinctive aroma of andouillette, and the favorite dish of Joseph Stalin… both of which, I have to confess, sounded delicious!)

Full article: http://beatrice.com/wordpress/2013/11/11/life-stories-52-...

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