"Never was the kitchen a more welcome port in the storm, or more nurturing, than for the buffeted Rossant, who is a sympathetic character, and all the more so for her measure of pride. (Photographs)"
In a memoir fully deserving of its moodiness, food writer Rossant (Memoirs of a Lost Egypt
, not reviewed) tells of her fitful, melancholy life before she married her husband of 47 years.
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