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Member: sgump

CollectionsYour library (1,792), Currently reading (2), All collections (1,791)

Reviews40 reviews

Tagscookbook (904), food writing (400), [Richmond] (216), food (reference) (196), Japan (122), memoir (91), cheese (74), review copy (73), writing (71), K├Ânemann (71) — see all tags

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Recommendations46 recommendations

About my libraryPrimarily food writing, with a special collection on cheese

GroupsNone

Favorite authorsTamar Adler, M.F.K. Fisher, Rowan Jacobsen (Shared favorites)

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LocationGrinnell, Iowa

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceMar 6, 2009

Currently readingApple's Europe, an Uncommon Guide by R. W. Apple
A History of the Oratorio: Vol. 2: The Oratorio in the Baroque Era: Protestant Germany and England by Howard E. Smither

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