You know how some people are obsessed with stamp collections or fantasy football teams? Well, we're obsessed with cookbooks. Here, we'll talk about them.
Today: This person's story about a croissant in Paris is more interesting than yours.
Every single person has a story to tell about food -- likely countless. Lots of vegetarians can write about the first time they ate bacon again, lots of people can talk about their grandma’s cooking, but few can tell these stories in a way that makes them simultaneously singular and relatable. Whether the subject is animal agriculture or getting dinner on the table or a croissant in Paris, these food narratives make us laugh, think, and/or head to the kitchen.
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What food narratives keep you up past your bedtime?