15 best nonfiction books of 2011: CSMonitor picks

15 bests nonfiction titles of 2011, according to the Monitor's reviewers

3. "Blood, Bones & Butter," by Gabrielle Hamilton


New York chef Gabrielle Hamilton writes about her unlikely path to culinary celebrity in Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef (Random House, 291 pp.). Monitor reviewer Kendra Nordin wrote that Hamilton “delivers the story of a life shaped by food with the intensity of a blast of hot air from a 500 degree F. oven.” (CSMonitor.com, 4/4/11)

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