Tyler Schuppert Schuppert itibaren Rochegda, Arkhangelskaya oblast', Rusya, 164576
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A very enjoyable book. The true story of a woman who tackles the daunting task of making every recipe in one of Julia Child's cookbooks in a year's time. It is a pleasant ride along on one quirky New Yorker's journey to find some meaning in her life, outside of her pretty dead-end and somewhat depressing job. A great book for anyone who loves to cook and has ever been fascinated in the least by Julia Child. The author's determination to re-create the magic she finds in the cookbook is sometimes a seemingly ridiculous doal. Finding a way to cook up her now somewhat out of date dishes in a more modernized world, with some challenging ingredients, provides some of the more amusing sections of the book. The book does get a bit cumbersome towards the end. It seems repetitive and a bit cloying and desperate for material. You may find yourself wondering if some of the pages were reprinted again because the tale is familiar, but very much worth a read.
Sad but good!!!! Read in 2 days
Well-written, manages to get the whole world of IR theory moving with two assumptions. Not the most defensible of all IR theories, it is one of the most important, not simply for neorealism.