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Q: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE NON-COOKBOOK BOOK ABOUT FOOD. WHO WROTE IT AND WHY?
A: BETWEEN MEALS: AN APPETITE FOR PARIS, BY A.J. LIEBLING. BECAUSE, AS THE TITLE SUGGESTS – AND AS GQ’S ALAN RICHMAN LIKES TO SAY – THE KEY TO GREAT FOOD WRITING IS TO NOT WRITE ABOUT THE FOOD.
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