In the 1970s, Calvin Trillin informed America that its most glorious food was not to be found at the pretentious restaurants he referred to generically as La Maison de la Casa House, Continental Cuisine. With three hilarious books over the next two decades―American Fried; Alice, Let’s Eat; and Third Helpings―he established himself as, in Craig Claiborne’s phrase, “the Walt Whitman of American eats.” Trillin’s three comic masterpieces are now available in what Trillin calls The Tummy Trilogy.

The Tummy Trilogy is a wonderful book. –Michael Gerber In the 1970s, Calvin Trillin informed America that its most glorious food was not to be found at the pretentious restaurants he referred to gene

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Carole Sahebzadah

2017/09/21

About the Author

French-speaking freelancer interested in web related works ( webwriting, copywriting, French translations, blogging, e-commerce B2B strategies, and online marketing). Part of the Expatclic team. Owner of Annonces Golfe, a website that gathers the francophone expat communites living in the Gulf area through ads and companies promotions. A Small translation and webresearch service for bloggers is available on Annonces Golfe. www.annoncesgolfe.com

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