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Craig Boreth is the author of How to Iron Your Own Damn Shirt and How to Feel Manly in a Minivan and the owner ofthe Santa Monica Chocolate Company."
"Craig Boreth's journey through the best of Papa's eating and drinking in his real life as well as in his fiction is ... masterful and lends the work a story-like quality, which is rarely found in a cookbook." --John H. N. Hemingway, son of Ernest Hemingway "Hemingway, of course, has always been larger than life, and these recipes, like his writing, exude that lustiness and vitality. We end up with dishes from the most mythical and romantic spots in the world: France, Italy, Spain, Africa, Key West, and Cuba. And to have a book spiked with his words and observations makes The Hemingway Cookbook a truly extraordinary package." --Charlie Trotter "An engagingly written, carefully researched, handsomely illustrated account of Ernest Hemingway's lifetime of gastronomic adventure with delectable recipes... Truly a feast for all the senses, a treasure for Hemingway buffs and gourmets alike." --Susan F. Beegel, editor, the Hemingway Review "Craig Boreth has dug up and documented the entire range of Hemingway's gustatory experience. The Hemingway Cookbook comprises a feast for the senses, useful and necessary for the scholar but even more intriguing and pleasurable for the aficionado." --Allen Josephs, president, the Ernest Hemingway Foundation & Society "Papa had some pungent comments about wine then that still ring true today." --Harvey Steinman, editor at large, Wine Spectator "Authentic recipes from Hemingway's favorite places bring to life an aspect of his life and writings long overlooked. Food was obviously very dear to hemingway's heart and an integral part of his expansive love of life. iOles!" --Penelope Casas, author, Tapas: The Little Dishes of Spain