Juilee Tembhekar Tembhekar itibaren Vrbovečki Pavlovec, Hırvatistan
Come on guys! Who didn't love that book? Life in the Met was good, and not a bit creepy. Prepared us all to be runaways.
Slightly boring main storyline - very predictable and quite shallow. Not very imaginative. However, the book completely won me over with the lustrous descriptions of the dishes prepared both in Templi and in Il Cuoco, and especially in La Marche. Also really liked the way they slipped in some recipes in the back, dictated the way you'd probably imagine an Italian mama would. Made me very hungry!
A fascinating compilation of eyewitness histories dealing with racial oppression and segregation. The accompanying CD makes the stories spring to life and serves as a powerful oral history of the most difficult era of racial inequality in American history.