wonderful and honest
by kimchi858 on June 14, 2007I had heard about this book last year and wish I had not waited so long to read it. It is funny and brutally honest. Julie's frank search for direction in her life is touching and she doesn't hold back about herself, her feelings, family or friends. This book is more than just about cooking, it's about marriage, friendship, careers and day to day living. It was a lot funnier than I was expecting too, I got a real kick out of her descriptions of her less than perfect apartment and her less than perfect approach to housekeeping. This is a very talented woman and writer and I hope she puts out more books, because I will be sure to read them, too.
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