A conversation with Australian author Richard Flanagan about his latest book “The Narrow Road to the Deep North.” The Man Booker Prize-winning novel is based on his father’s experience as a slave laborer in a Japanese POW camp during World War II.
To celebrate the silver anniversary of “The Silver Palate Cookbook,” the authors reunite to tell the story of how their passion for cooking led to opening a gourmet shop in Manhattan in the 1980s and a book which changed the way Americans cook and entertain.
- Sheila Lukins co-author with Julee Rosso of "The Silver Palate Cookbook," "The Silver Palate Cookbook," and "The New Basics Cookbook." The long-standing food editor of "Parade" magazine, she is also the author of "All Around the World Cookbook," "USA Celebrate," and "Celebrate!"
- Julee Rosso co-author with Shelia Lukins of "The Silver Palate Cookbook," "The Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook," and "The New Basics Cookbook."She also wrote "Great Good Food" and "Fresh Start."
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