This book doesn't delve into the history of the family restaurant. I was hoping was an indepth description of the life of a family in the restaurant business.
Instead, I had to keep reminding myself what this book was supposed to be about. There is very little about the family business or any 'adventures' at all pertaining to a restaurant family.
Some reviewers haven't liked the author's voice or style. Its her partricular personality; I loved her dry wit. She's not an actor; her voice lends layers of experience and edification to the craft. Having cooked my whole life, I can relate to her experiences with food and even her mother! I recommend this audio book wholeheartedly; it ended much too soon.
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