2012, Lyons Press By T. Susan Chang A collection of 30-some essays about food with recipes interspersed, this book explores culinary memory and what food means in terms of family, friends and the inner self. Chang, a regular NPR contributor, writes in a tender way about the foods she loves and why. She lost her mother at a young age, and the section in the book about she and her father heating up microwave dinners is heartbreaking. But it’s food that helps Chang through the ...

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