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The Art of Eating In: How I Learned to Stop Spending and Love the Stove

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2010

    Above Average Blog-to-Book

    One of the best things about Ms. Erway's book is that it doesn't read like a bunch of blog entries, but rather tells a cohesive story. As a New Yorker who spends a lot of time and money eating out, I couldn't help but be curious about her eating-in project. To my happy surprise, the book went far beyond just cooking at home - detailing underground supper clubs, "freegans", cooking competitions and eating locally, sustainably and in a generally environmentally friendly way. Her recipes are on the whole pretty tasty, but could benefit from more detailed instructions for the novice cook. To sum up, I found it to be a pretty interesting read, especially for a New Yorker interested in food.

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  • Posted June 2, 2011

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    Made Me Rethink My Cooking Habits

    This book was not what I expected but I really enjoyed it. It made me rethink my eating and cooking habits. I need to try the no-knead bread recipe. Haven't tried it but I did haul my bread machine out and haven't bought bread from the store since. Not a recipe book, but recipes are included but a peak into Cathy's personal life and how she changed her relationship with food and her relationships.

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  • Posted February 18, 2011

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    enjoyable

    really enjoyed this book! The personal story, the food and NY setting all blended for a great read!

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