‘juicy details of a culinary private life?’

La Grande Bouffe

William Morrow, the publisher, has been busy blogging, tweeting and facebooking about Sally Schneider’s The Improvisational Cook, newly launched in paperback. They recently blogged a “Conversation” with Sally, with questions like “What’s your Mantra”, and “If you could have dinner with three people, living or dead, who would they be?” They are tweeting it as the “juicy details of her culinary private life”. You can read it here.

We love her juicy details but we were most interested to read about the experience that changed her life:

“Waking up from a dream KNOWING that I should cook professionally. I quit my job and started working as a prep cook, eventually becoming a restaurant chef…running a catering business…working as a food editor… as a food stylist…magazine columnist…contributing editor….radio commentator…cookbook author (three times)…”

One thing led to another and then another and another, eventually leading her HERE: ‘the improvised life’.

–David Saltman

One Response to ‘juicy details of a culinary private life?’

  1. jody 02.17.2011 at 11:48pm #

    this interview is so fabulous…great fun…inspiring…alive.

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