John Donohue: A Man with a Pan

Monday, June 13, 2011

John Donohue, an editor at The New Yorker, talks about the joys—and perils—of feeding families. In Man with a Pan, 21 writers and chefs—from Mario Batali to Mark Bittman to Steven King—write about cooking for their families. It’s a celebration of those who toil behind the stove trying to nourish and please their friends and loved ones.


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Comments [3]

Penny from MO

Love it! This is an awesome book and I want to see more of this guy

Jun. 13 2011 10:10 PM

I'm a dad. I cook always. Even cater. Have an 8 year old kid.

... and this is putting me to sleep!


Jun. 13 2011 01:12 PM
cy A adler from planet ny

Good stuff to eat and savor

Jun. 11 2011 04:17 PM

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