[Epub] ↠ It Mustve Been Something I Ate Author Jeffrey Steingarten – Pccare247.us

It Mustve Been Something I Ate Jeffrey Steingarten S First Book, THE MAN WHO ATE EVERYTHING, Was An Instant Classic Nigella Lawson Said, I Have Yet To Meet Anyone Who Hasn T Adored This Book Once They Ve Read It Now He Has Done It Again In This Stunning Collection Of Provocative, Witty And Erudite Food Essays, Jeffrey Steingarten Continues His Quest For The Perfect Meal He Chews Over The Supreme Hors D Oeuvres Recipe, Embarks On An Epic Hunt For Bluefish Tuna, And, In The Man Who Cooked For His Dog , Responds To Baleful Looks From His Golden Retriever By Cooking Him Dishes Of Braised Short Ribs As Ever, It S A Gloriously Diverse Menu From The Man Who Has Dedicated His Life To Searching Out The Ultimate In Food Experiences At Considerable Expense To His Waistline For Your Reading Pleasure Read It And Eat

[Epub] ↠ It Mustve Been Something I Ate  Author Jeffrey Steingarten – Pccare247.us
  • Paperback
  • It Mustve Been Something I Ate
  • Jeffrey Steingarten
  • English
  • 23 September 2018
  • 0747243077

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ It Mustve Been Something I Ate Author Jeffrey Steingarten – Pccare247.us


  1. says:

    It Must Have Been Something I Ate is another typical case of me being left unattended in a book store It, too, was on the bargain table It had a dog on the cover, who is looking into a bowl with a swimming man inside I had to buy it.What it is about Jeffrey Steingarten is food critic of Vogue No, I don t read Vogue and I had never heard of him before, but he has a very entertaining style to write ...


  2. says:

    Jeffrey Steingarten is just such a pompous ass that I couldn t be bothered to finish it He is smug, sure of himself, and lecturing, and proud of all these things He writes his articles with his pompous bullshit at the center of them The man clearly knows his shit in the kitchen, but I couldn t get myself to continue reading, despite the possibility that I d learn something, because I couldn t bring myself to ha...


  3. says:

    Anyone who has named their dog Sky King is good with me.I can t wait for the weather to get a little colder so I can try this hot chocolate recipe And I am tempted to make the potato gratin today Possibly this will be impeded by me not having any potatoes We shall see.


  4. says:

    A pass along from my mom, It Must ve Been Something I Ate The Return of the Man Who Ate Everything is an amusing collection of food related essays.Steingarten is a food critic for Vogue however, in this collection, he focuseson the history of certain dishes and foodstuffs, as opposed to reviewing the producers of the dishes He travels to Italy, France and Mexico in search of traditional breads, cheeses, and tortillas participates kind of in the slaughter of a pig and visits some of t A pass along from my mom, It Must ve Been Something I Ate The Return of the Man Who Ate Everythi...


  5. says:

    classic steingarten, funny, controversial, mouth watering, informative, audacious and provoking 500 pages of his essays on food and drink, mostly usa and france, with sides to china and thailand and lots of recipes that take 2 4 days and need a flea market table top rotisserie and 12 different brands of espresso makers but really, he does look into food myths like cheese being bad for your heart and red wine being good he also smuggles in french cheese with full customs declarations , attemp classic steingarten, funny, controversial, mouth watering, informative, audacious and provoking 500 pages of his essays on food and drink, mostly usa and france, with sides to china and thailand and lots of recipes that take 2 4 days and need a flea market table top rotisserie and 12 different brands of espresso...


  6. says:

    After about 150 pages, Steingarten tipped over the edge into insufferable, after starting out as cautiously entertaining I couldn t takehyperbolic descriptions of food interspersed with casually offensive remarks about women or the name dropping, though I should have expected the latter from...


  7. says:

    Okso, i decided to read Jeffrey Steingarten s follow up to The Man Who Ate Everything, which I was highly impressed with enough to spend another 13 on this book Like his previous book, this was a collection of essays written over a period of years The purpose of the book is to dispel the excuses people use to blame food for their various maladies i.e, ugh i dont feel goodit mustve been something I ate , and Steingarten ...


  8. says:

    Jeffrey Steingarten is was a food writer for Vogue magazine He isthan a little arrogant despite an abundance of God given modesty He is also guilty of repeatedly using some annoying phrases and the scales came off my eyes That said he has taken his passion for food to help inform and to debunk misinformation This is his second book, and follows the same format as his first reprinting articles he wrote for Vogue where he does a deep dive into some aspect of food or drink Who Jeffrey Steingarten is was a food writer for Vogue magazine He isthan a little arrogant despite an abundance of God given modesty He is also guilty of repeatedly using some annoying phrases and the scales came off my eyes That said he has taken his passion for food to help inform and to debunk ...


  9. says:

    I m still working on this, maybe, even though I ve put it aside for now The intro was smart and funny and hooked me He s muchadorable in writing than when I ve seen him talking Reading on, the cute continues, along with a lot of well researched information It s easy to become intoxicated with his giddy obsessions Unfortunately, there s something lost with time These pieces were written in the late 80s and early 90s...


  10. says:

    So, a foodie book is not typically my deal, but I picked this up for the annual reading challenge, and let me tell you they re still not my deal While this had its humorous moments, it was ridiculously cumbersome and repetitive after a while and if I had to read oneperfected recipe, I may hav...

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