In this warm collection of personal essays and recipes, best-selling author Ann Hood nourishes both our bodies and our souls. From her Italian-American childhood through raising and feeding a growing family and cooking with her new husband, food writer Michael Ruhlman, Ann Hood has long appreciated the power of a good meal. Growing up, she tasted love in her grandmother's tomato sauce and dreamed of her mother's special-occasion Fancy Lady Sandwiches. Later, the kitchen became the heart of Hood's own home. She cooked pork roast to warm her first apartment, used two cups of dried basil for her first attempt at making pesto, taught her children how to make their favorite potatoes, found hope in her daughter's omelet after a divorce, and fell in love again?with both her husband and his foolproof chicken stock. With her signature humor and tenderness, Hood details all these recipes and more in Kitchen Yarns, along with tales of loss and starting from scratch, family love and feasts with friends, and how the perfect meal is one that tastes like home.
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"Nina Alvamar narrates this collection of 27 essays in which author Ann Hood muses about her childhood, jobs, children, marriages, and the steady force that food and cooking have been throughout her life. Alvamar skillfully bridges the gap between listener and author, creating a strong emotional connection as she reads Hood's stories of learning to make her mother's meatballs and her grandmother's tomato sauce and of cooking with her own children. Listeners are invited into a variety of kitchens to eat tomato pie at a summer beach rental; to feed soft food to a baby in a second-floor walkup in Providence, Rhode Island; and to savor fresh salmon with friends in Oregon. Each essay ends with a recipe or two, read by Alvamar. C.B.L. © AudioFile 2018, Portland, Maine"
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