How to Cook a Tart

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • How to Cook a Tart
  • Nina Killham
  • English
  • 14 July 2017
  • 1582343047

10 thoughts on “How to Cook a Tart

  1. says:

    Everything about How to Cook a Tart, the debut novel from Washington Post food writer Nina Killham, is too much Its heroine, cookbook author Jasmine March, is a rotund creation, a lover of cream and butter and pork and all manner of excess Food governs her She s given to ruminations along these lines of all the herbs, Jasmine thought, basil was her soul mate Basil was sensuous, liking to stretch out green and silky under a hot sun with ...

  2. says:

    I can t believe I read this I blame it on review blurbs like smart, sexy, hilarious, and not to be missed Thanks for nothing, Washington Post Sometimes a book with a pink cover is just what a girl needs ...

  3. says:

    I really enjoyed How to Cook a Tart I truly did I do agree, however, after reading other reviews, that EVERYTHING in this book was stretched, however One only needs to know the basis of the novel to laugh at the far fetched ness Jasmine, the protagonist, is a cookbook author and an avid lover of foods fatty and healthy alikeon the fatty side Her husband is having an affair with a stick thin actress on the Zone diet AND their daughter, Careme She s an anorexic.Careme isn t really I really enjoyed How to Cook a Tart I truly did I do agree, however, after reading other reviews, that EVERYTHING in this book was stretched, however One only needs to know the basis of the novel to laugh at the far fetched ness Jasmine, the protagonist, is a cookbook author and an avid lover o...

  4. says:

    I picked this up because Anthony Bourdain had a favorable review blurb on it, and he hates everything, so I figured how bad could it be Note to self that question should never be a reason to purchase a book I couldn t push myself beyond the first 50 pages of this one, so I m putting it down for a day when I m simply de...

  5. says:

    Delicious A fast, fun read not deep by any stretch, but a great summer book And I want that pumpkin ravioli recipe

  6. says:

    No.I think that says it best.

  7. says:

    Being one of those people who lives to eat, I just knew I was going to love this book from the start The little review of it I saw said not to read it if you were either dieting or even slightly hungry Oh yes, a book right up my street When I found out that Jasmine, the slightly ditsy but very lovable main character was plump, sweet natured, open hearted and passionate abo...

  8. says:

    How to Cook a Tart was sort of comedic, but it got a little too weird for me when the entire book revolves around food I m surprised the characters didn t turn into food, too The author literally couldn t talk about anything else in the entire novel, which was odd and disappointing.

  9. says:

    OK, I bought the book because the independent booksellers recommended it on their Booksense list I also was impressed by the food angle Well, there s not much food writing herein OK, I can deal with that The plot was a...

  10. says:

    This one was interesting When I was reading it mostly I didn t think much about what was going on but when I was telling a friend about it, I realized that what happens is really crazy and kind of creepy It didn t seem creepy at the time though.

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