|# of Units:||7 CDs|
|Length:||7 hours, 57 minutes|
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I'm a foodie who had a Jewish grandmother. I was born and raised in Brooklyn and later lived in New York. Maybe that's why this book resonated with me and why I found it so endearing. No matter what your cultural background, if you have a restaurant family, if you're a foodie, or if you have some wacky relative, I think you'll enjoy this book. Right before or after reading it, I'd recommend The Kid Stays in the Picture by Robert Evans, because the author came from the same neighborhood and he is referenced in Stuffed.
To be honest, her life is just not that interesting. Aunt so and so head dirt under her fingernails. This particular dish tastes good.' We like the beach. I gave it a few hours. Perhaps after five or six hours something monumental happens besides grandpa like to buy restaurants
What a great book! A book about family and relationships, with an order of laughter on the side. Couldn't wait to get back to the car to listen to more installments!
I enjoyed this book, the reader was very good, too. It was funny and sad.
Patricia Volk is also the author of the novel "White Light" and two collections of short stories, "All It Takes" and "The Yellow Banana," Her stories, book reviews, and essays have appeared in numerous publications, including "The New York Times, The Atlantic Monthly, New York, The New Yorker, Playboy, Redbook, GQ," "The Quarterly,"" "and "O, The Oprah Magazine," and she was a weekly columnist for New York" Newsday. "She lives in New York City.
"From the Hardcover edition."