Last Pages of 2013 | What We’re Reading


S/LJ staffers ring out the old year with some new and old books.

Provence, 1970 Begins a Food Revolution | RA Crossroads


A seminal meal in southeast France leads to a culinary revolution; suggest these read-alikes, read-arounds, and watch-around to immerse patrons in your library’s cooking, art, and DVD collections.

Audio Reviews | November 15, 2012


Reviews of Fangoria’s Dreadtime Stories, John le Carre’s A Murder of Quality, and Bob Spitz’s Dearie, plus a full list of audio reviews from the Nov. 15 issue.

Julia Child’s Kitchen at the Smithsonian

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Today being Julia Child’s 100th birthday, I was doing some idle Child online research, and came across the delightful site, What’s Cooking? Julia Child’s Kitchen at the Smithsonian, which describes how the Smithsonian acquired the kitchen from Ms. Child, along with audio clips of Child telling stories about her kitchen and diary entries recorded by […]