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The Faith Middleton Show
Wed May 25, 2011
Faith Middleton's Food Schmooze: The Weekly Supper Club
Anybody who minds an obscenity or two in their cookbooks will want to skip this one. The rest of you, I bet I have your undivided attention.
The cookbook in question is called Forking Fantastic. Obviously you've got to be a little polite on the cover to get it into bookstores. Also, obscenities in a cookbook, this is a growth opportunity for book burners everywhere.
Forking Fantastic is the creation of Zora O'Neill and Tamara Reynolds, who worked in the high end food industry, where they decided good home cooking is way better. So they started an underground supper club at home in New York on Sunday nights. Invitations to these are hot tickets. And maybe a few guests say something like, "This is Forking Fantastic."