Host Isaiah ShefferI reads "Country Cooking from Central France: Roast Boned Rolled Stuffed Shoulder of Lamb (Farce Double)," Harry Mathews' apocryphal tale of a French recipe that goes on forever. Also, "Alone in the Kitchen with an Eggplant" by Laurie Colwin, read by actress Kelli O'Hara; a story about eating solo that captures the singularity of the experience as an exquisite indulgence. Plus, a conversation with legendary culinary writer, Ruth Reichl. Symphony Space/PRI
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