What could be a more sexy title for a culinary novel? And White Truffles in Winter delivers on its sensual promise. You’ll want to sink your teeth into the book’s prose. Centered around the twilight years of France’s great culinary innovator, Auguste Escoffier, this incredibly detailed and well-researched work celebrates both culinary history and the human interactions that are inspired by food.
We were surprised to discover that author N. M. Kelby is not a member of the culinary community. She is clearly a passionate lover of gastronomy and perhaps should consider a second career in food writing. Our culinary prose could use someone with her gift for describing not only the tastes and textures but the experience of a great meal.
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