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delectable romp through the '60s."
her culinary memoir, Nancy Mehagian details the far-flung
travels of her youth and reminisces about the tastes and smells
she found abroad."
Feast by Nancy Mehagian reads like a luscious novel, full
of tempting food, wild relationships and globe-trotting adventures."
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with joy and discovery."
Feast is full of vitality as well as profundity, resonating
with meditations and memoirs that grip you with sensual impressions
and storytelling that's captivating, engaging, and fresh."
whose lives are as fully lived as Nancy Mehagian's serve as
a spiritual and intellectual feast for the rest of us."
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have all read memoirs of great cooks and great adventurers.
Most of them are men. Nancy is a real woman whom Hemingway
would have loved and respected. She would have been invited
to sit with Dorothy Parker, who if she were lucky, would have
been able to partake of some of Nancy's caponata. Her book
is a journey of the senses. Like Water for Chocolate...
with cayenne. Lots of it." Linda Gray
"Nancy cooks the way the Eagles sing -- different ingredients,
perfectly blended." Glenn Frey
a romp -- sex, drugs and gourmet food! As Calvin Tomkin's
Living Well is the Best Revenge recalled Fitzgerald's generation
of ex-pats, so Mehagian's culinary memoir celebrates the 60's
generation. And underneath the book's sensual fun, there is
spirit feeding the soul." Tristine
Rainer, PhD, author Your Life as Story, Discovering the New
Autobiography and Writing Memoir as Literature
difficult to say much about Nancy's book, for the mere thought
of her food leaves me wishing my mouth were full of it, which
would render me both impolite to speak and relatively unintelligible
to listeners." Howard