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Summer Reading: The Man Who Ate Everything


Jeffrey Steingarten is my absolute favorite food journalist. He was an extremely successful lawyer before he switched careers and found his foodie calling. You may recognize his name from the judging table on Food Network's Iron Chef America, or the glossy pages of Vogue magazine. His witty, engaging articles about everything from the perfect egg to Spanish ham to the production of apple brandy are interesting, informative, and friendly. I hate to admit it, but I look forward to his stories each month more than I do the fashion ads! If you're not an avid Vogue reader, I highly recommend reading his first book, The Man Who Ate Everything, which is a collection of his Vogue essays. His detailed descriptions of food, combined with his actual attempts to create culinary masterpieces in his own kitchen, make for a fun and engaging read.

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designergirl designergirl 8 years
This is a great, funny book. I like him so much more after reading this.
haze1nut haze1nut 8 years
which one is he?? i've heard of this book, i'm interested in checking it out. the only food writer book i've read so far is ruth reimchl?? something like that, that book was good. forgot the title though. i'll be sure to pick this one buti gotta eat something before i do or else it'll make me hungry!
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
He is always so grumpy, but i love him
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
okay you need to stop posting all these great-sounding books! i can't keep up!! lol
LuciLu LuciLu 8 years
he always cracks me up on Iron Chef! I may need to pick this up for cooler weather reading... :)
scissorz scissorz 8 years
you should try 'it must have been something i ate' .... i think thats his other book. that was the first i read of him and loved it. hes got some fun essays and the occasional recipe!
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Love the title!
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