Siren's Feast: An Edible Odyssey by Nancy Mehagian

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Siren's Feast: An Edible Odyssey

'“A spicy brew of recipes and adventures. I don’t know whether to eat this book, smoke it or make love to it.” —Quincy Jones“A journey of the senses. Like Water for Chocolate . . . with cayenne. Lots of it.” —Linda Gray“It’s difficult to say much about Nancy’s book, for the thought of her food leaves me wishing my mouth were full of it, which would render me both impolite to speak and relatively unintelligible to listeners.” —Howard Hessman“What a romp—sex, drugs, and gourmet food! As Calvin Tomkins’ Living Well Is the Best Revenge recalled Fitzgerald’s generation of expats, so Mehagian’s culinary memoir celebrates the sixties generation. And underneath the book’s sensual fun, there is spirit feeding the soul.” —Tristine Rainer'
'“A spicy brew of recipes and adventures. I don’t know whether to eat this book, smoke it or make love to it.” —Quincy Jones“A journey of the senses. Like Water for Chocolate . . . with cayenne. Lots of it.” —Linda Gray“It’s difficult to say much about Nancy’s book, for the thought of her food leaves me wishing my mouth were full of it, which would render me both impolite to speak and relatively unintelligible to listeners.” —Howard Hessman“What a romp—sex, drugs, and gourmet food! As Calvin Tomkins’ Living Well Is the Best Revenge recalled Fitzgerald’s generation of expats, so Mehagian’s culinary memoir celebrates the sixties generation. And underneath the book’s sensual fun, there is spirit feeding the soul.” —Tristine Rainer'
Publisher: Huqua Press ISBN: 9781480439757 Pages: 339