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Recommend me some cooking books to listen to?

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  • CaptainMike
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    I have no recommendations, but I would love to hear Julia Child read one of her books. Many years ago I was sitting at the bar of a local pub when she and a few friends came in and sat a couple of stools away. While I didn't actually "meet" her, it was pure joy to just sit and listen to her chat with her friends. That woman was a PRESENCE!

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  • Michael Brinton
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    Ken Albala "Food: a Cultural Culinary History" Bee Wilson "Consider the Fork" Mark Kurlansky "Salt" Simon Field "Culinary Reactions" Robert Moss "Barbeque" John McQuaid "Tasty" Nick Offerman "Twain's Feast"

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  • Attjack
    started a topic Recommend me some cooking books to listen to?

    Recommend me some cooking books to listen to?

    I need to use up some Audible.com credits. Any cooking related books that make sense for listening rather than reading?

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