Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef Gabriel Hamilton
This is an interesting memoir about cooking and life by Gabriel Hamilton. She begins with her unorthodox childhood. First, her strong memories of her mother and her cooking, then later, after her parents divorced: her own childhood explorations in cooking. Then she takes on an autobiographical trip through all of the cooking she did and finally to Italy, her husband’s home and how her only way of communicating with her mother-in-law is through cooking. Then finally, when she takes over her mother-in-law’s kitchen, she sees the full circle between her mother and her motherhood.