Kim Severson is a journalist in Alaska. Her alcoholism is destroying her life. Going for the geographic solution, she accepts a job in the lower 48, stops drinking, and embarks on a career that leads her to the top echelons of American food writers and a life that includes a wife and daughter. This is the story of that journey, and then some. Part memoir, part stories of some of the world’s best cooks, part cookbook, Spoon Fed is a delicious plate of all that is good about food, cooking, and life. My only problem with this book is where to shelve it. Riverhead Trade Paperback (penguin.com). —Review: Angel Curtis
Angel Curtis is a regular contributor to OutSmart Magazine.
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