Publisher: Allen & Unwin
'For me, the two greatest discoveries of the twentieth century were the Cuisinart and the clitoris.' 'I wanted to feel every nerve ending - to taste it all.' So says Gael Greene, highly respected restaurant critic for New York magazine. Having eaten and slept her way to the top of the gastronomic ranks in the midst of America's culinary and sexual revolutions, Greene dishes all in this juicy memoir of life's most physical pleasures. With fierce wit, sensuous prose and some of the most lovingly described meals in literature, Greene traces her rise from Midwest tuna casserole to Craig Claiborne's coq au vin. Along the way Greene's erotic adventures - with Hollywood royalty, top chefs, porn stars and rock 'n' roll idols among others - are shared with unflinching honesty and humour. And yes, she does name names. The tastiest, most uninhibited memoir in years, Insatiable is a feast for the senses and an aphrodisiac for the soul.
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