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The Artist's Lunch: At Home with Australia's Most Celebrated…

by Alice McCormick

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I really liked this book though I don't know whether I learned anything about either food or art.
The way Luke Scriberas writes about about food is so physical, so plastic that I really enjoyed it. It's the way I enjoy food writing and people who like Richard Olney`s cookery books (another painter)are sure to like it too. The recipes at the end of the book don't add much or anything. However I am sure to try Savanhdary Vongpoothorn's noodle recipe and I can vouch for the Larb which I made with fish.

Oh, and I framed the cover.
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"Join photographer Sarah Rhodes and writer Alice McCormick as they meet up for lunch with 18 of Australias most lauded artists. From beans on toast with Margaret Olley to a sumptuous garden lunch with Jeffrey Smart, Alice and Sarah use food as a launching pad to explore the personalities, beliefs, history, habitats and the work of each artist so that we can understand what fuels their creativity"--Provided by publisher.… (more)

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