We can't put down this new biography of the late 1950s New York Times food critic Craig Claiborne, who forged the path for restaurant criticism today. In The Man Who Changed the Way We Eat ($27), biographer Thomas McNamee explores, among other things, his unhappy childhood, his struggle to come to terms with his sexuality, and, of course, that infamous $4,000 meal.
The Man Who Changed the Way We Eat by Thomas McNamee
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