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On the Night Table: Sarah Michaelson

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Sarah Michaelson

DJ, Mama Cutsworth

"I love books about food (M.F.K. Fisher's work is my favourite), so it's probably a little predictable that I'm reading As Always, Julia: The Letters of Julia Child & Avis Devoto, edited by Joan Reardon. For many years during the 1950s, these two articulate women -- one living in Europe, the other in the U.S. -- swapped recipes, talked politics and became dear friends through the nearly lost art of letter-writing; they also occasionally sent each other good quality knives in the post. I find it so compelling to watch such a deep friendship unfold between two people who were rarely in the same room as one another."

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 28, 2014 G8

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Updated on Saturday, June 28, 2014 at 8:04 AM CDT: Formatting.

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