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If it hadn't happened, a screen writer might have conjured up the scenario: Provence, 1970. Five luminaries of American cuisine share one month of company, cooking, meals, and conversations in the South of France. Only later will it become fully apparent that this convergence of M.F.K. Fisher, Julia Child, James Beard, Richard Olney, and Simone Beck will affect each and, in turn, irrevocably reshape our national food culture. In this exciting act of recapture, Luke Barr uses his grand-aunt M.F.K. Fisher's journals and letters and other documentation to invite us to feasts with this superlative crew. Editor's recommendation.