by Jenny Rosenstrach
May 20, 2013 In softcover nonfiction, Jenny Rosenstrach examines dinnertime, Kate Summerscale recounts a scandalous Victorian trial, and John Dramani Mahama looks back on his childhood in Ghana. In fiction, Victor Davis Hanson reimagines an ancient battle, and Marie NDiaye follows three women from Senegal to Europe.
June 3, 2012 Host Rachel Martin talks with Jenny Rosenstrach about her book, Dinner: A Love Story, based on her popular blog of the same name. It's a cookbook and memoir that covers all the stages of a family's life as experienced through meals.
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