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Eating in Two or Three Languages

[PDF] Eating in Two or Three Languages | by ¿ Irvin S. Cobb [PDF] Eating in Two or Three Languages | by ¿ Irvin S. Cobb - Eating in Two or Three Languages, Eating in Two or Three Languages Wartime culinary memoirs from the American author humourist and columnist who lived in New York and wrote over books and short stories

  • Title: Eating in Two or Three Languages
  • Author: Irvin S. Cobb
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 182
  • Format: ebook

[PDF] Eating in Two or Three Languages | by ¿ Irvin S. Cobb, Eating in Two or Three Languages, Irvin S. Cobb, Eating in Two or Three Languages Wartime culinary memoirs from the American author humourist and columnist who lived in New York and wrote over books and short stories

Eating in Two or Three Languages

[PDF] Eating in Two or Three Languages | by ¿ Irvin S. Cobb [PDF] Eating in Two or Three Languages | by ¿ Irvin S. Cobb - Eating in Two or Three Languages, Eating in Two or Three Languages Wartime culinary memoirs from the American author humourist and columnist who lived in New York and wrote over books and short stories Eating in Two or Three Languages

  • [PDF] Eating in Two or Three Languages | by ¿ Irvin S. Cobb
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Eating in Two or Three Languages

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  1. An American war correspondent s memoir of the privations and triumphs of dining amid rationing in Britain and France during World War I Told lightly and with humor, this short piece is of interest to food historians and other seeking information about life during those difficult times, but it doesn t reach the heights of gourmet porn foodies will be looking for.


  2. From the vegetable marrow you derive no nourishment, and certainly you derive no exercise for, being a soft, weak, spiritless thing, it offers no resistance whatever, and it looks a good deal like a streak of solidified fog and tastes like the place where an indisposed carrot spent the night.


  3. Irvin S Cobb was working for the Saturday Evening Post in 1911 and went overseas as a war correspondent for that publication This little book has two copyright dates, 1918 and 1919, so I imagine it might have first appeared in the pages of the magazine.Cobb starts off here by writing about how happy he is to finally have a real, honest to goodness American meal again, then he goes back over memories of meals he had in Europe He had obviously traveled before the war, and he confesses at one point [...]


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