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Taste: My Life Through Food | Stanley Tucci
From award-winning actor and food obsessive Stanley Tucci comes an intimate and charming memoir of life in and out of the kitchen. Before Stanley Tucci became a household name with The Devil Wears Prada, The Hunger Games, and the perfect Negroni, he grew up in an Italian American family that spent every night around the table. He shared the magic of those meals with us in The Tucci Cookbook and The Tucci Table, and now he takes us beyond the recipes and into the stories behind them. Taste is a reflection on the intersection of food and life, filled with anecdotes about growing up in Westchester, NY, preparing for and filming the foodie films Big Night and Julie & Julia, falling in love over dinner, and teaming up with his wife to create conversation-starting meals for their children. Each morsel of this gastronomic journey through good times and bad, five-star meals and burnt dishes, is as heartfelt and delicious as the last. Written with Stanleys signature wry humor and nostalgia, Taste is for readers of Bill Buford, Gabrielle Hamilton, and Ruth Reichland anyone who knows the power of a home-cooked meal.
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kbuggle
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You cannot go wrong with Stanley Tucci! What a gem.

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DebinHawaii
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#BookMoods

One of my favorites read this year, Stanley Tucci‘s Taste #IncludesRecipes for food and drink, including one for a Timpano like the one in Big Night. 😋🍝

I loved it both in print & in audiobook form.

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Perfect 😋 3w
Eggs Love Tucci 💗🍸👏🏻 3w
Prairiegirl_reading Genius to write his memoir this way. Have to have the audio and a paper copy! I loved it! 3w
TheBookHippie I read the ARC I LOVED IT!! 2w
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RealLifeReading
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Before the first chapter begins, he‘s already making me want a Negroni

BarbaraBB And now that you mention it, you make me! 4w
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perfectlywinged
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Ok if you like food or cooking even a little bit….this is so good (also it‘s hammock reading season!)

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DebinHawaii
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Stanley Tucci is a treasure. I LOVED his foodie memoir, both reading it & listening the audio. It‘s like chatting with a cool foodie friend & strikes the right balance between food, celebrity life & personal challenges. I‘m hosting this book for the virtual foodie book club I helped found 14 years ago & I‘m just slightly ashamed to say that I didn‘t make a recipe this round, still getting over my COVID fatigue. Instead I ordered mushroom risotto⬇️

DebinHawaii …& had it delivered last night. It was mentioned in the book briefly as a quarantine meal & risotto in general as something Stanley could eat with gluten issues & after cancer treatment. Risotto us my favorite comfort food & this one made with local mushrooms is delish. I didn‘t even bother plating it.🤷🏻‍♀️Needs must!

One of the books finished for #20in4 #readathon.
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Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 1mo
DivineDiana Hope your strength returns soon. ❤️ 1mo
AmyG Feel better. 1mo
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ncsufoxes
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I‘ve always loved Stanley Tucci (especially in Julie & Julia). He‘s had such an interesting life. I have not watched his show on CNN about food in Italy, which I should probably watch. Anyhow great book, a very fascinating life. #bookspin this gives me bingo for the month (in all fairness though the row had 3 free spaces). #nonfiction2022, prompt: I‘m adventurous (I have realized in reading this book I‘m not very adventurous in my eating).

ncsufoxes #booked2022 prompt: includes a recipe (looking forward to making some of the recipes from this book). 1mo
Julsmarshall Yay for the bingo! 1mo
Cinfhen I‘ve heard this book is wonderful!! Nice choice 😁 1mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 1mo
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rsteve388
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I swear @NeedsMoreBooks Got me on a food memoir kick, when she told me I should read Buttermilk Graffiti by Edward Lee. Which was excellent in it's own right, this read was also excellent!

What a beautiful memoir of Stanley Tucci's life and the food that has come to define his life and career. Its excellent as an audiobook and I hope, he records.other audiobooks, I love his voice and his dry but witty humor.

NeedsMoreBooks Ooooh, this looks interesting 😄 1mo
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Erin.Elizabeth10
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A delightful mix of a nonfiction foodie book and a memoir! I didn‘t know what to expect, but I do feel like Tucci kept a great mix of great food writing, but also giving a peek into his life. It did inspire me to see food as creative and delish, more than just nutrition. This was a great book, and I think it will make a great recommendation! The upside of listening to it was his great narration. The downside was him reading all the recipes aloud.

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DieAReader
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#BookNookBuddies2022 #DoubleSpin #BookSpinBingo

I‘m no foodie but, almost all of this sounds yummy!

DieAReader @CoverToCoverGirl I‘m quite certain I‘d listen to Stanley read a phone book too😉😝 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl He‘s has a wonderful timbre to his voice. Where‘s my phone book? 😉🤣 2mo
DieAReader @CoverToCoverGirl I‘ll share mine, that way the hubbies are less suspicious🤭😏 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 2mo
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Prairiegirl_reading
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#bookspin One thing you have to know is that I hate it when my husband asks me what‘s for dinner. I almost drove off the road this morning as I listened:
“When he was young my father would, as all children do, ask the question, “Mom, what‘s for dinner?” His very sweet mother …. would respond with “Cazzi e patate” this translates directly as ⤵️

Prairiegirl_reading Dicks and potatoes. In other words leave me alone or bugger off as the Brits would say.” I‘m still laughing. Couldn‘t wait to get home to tell my husband who now swears he‘ll never ask me again!! 🤣🤣🤣 2mo
Prairiegirl_reading I‘m quite glad #bookspin pushed this to the top of my list. Thanks again @TheAromaofBooks for hosting. 2mo
SRWCF ??? I speak Italian and "patate" is also the word they use to refer to the vagina! 2mo
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Prairiegirl_reading @SRWCF oh my god! Now I‘m laughing even harder!!!! 2mo
SRWCF That is definitely a funny phrase and I plan on using it the next time my Italian (born and raised) husband asks what's for dinner! 2mo
SRWCF @Prairiegirl_reading right?!? La patata is what they use for little girls and il pisello (pea) for little boys! Cazzi is pretty vulgar, tho! 😅 2mo
Prairiegirl_reading @SRWCF I guess that‘s why I think it‘s so funny! 2mo
SRWCF @Prairiegirl_reading It's a great response, that's for sure! 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Oh my gosh, sounds like that one needs to go on one of those inspiration kitchen signs 😂 2mo
Prairiegirl_reading @TheAromaofBooks I was telling my friend that last night!! Lol!! Cazzi e patate it‘s what‘s for dinner 🤣 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Cross-stitch sampler material for SURE 😆 2mo
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DieAReader
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Starting the evening off with some audiobook reading (also my #DoubleSpin)

Prairiegirl_reading I started this today too! I almost drove off the road from laughing so hard at one part. 🤣 2mo
DieAReader @Prairiegirl_reading 😬🤣I‘ll have to be more careful if I go driving lol. Glad you‘re ok♥️ 2mo
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CoverToCoverGirl I love his show! I bet the audio will be tres excellent! 2mo
DieAReader @CoverToCoverGirl I‘ve never seen the show unfortunately but, I am for sure liking the book. 2mo
CoverToCoverGirl @DieAReader the show is so immersive, it makes me feel like I‘ve just read a wonderful book every single episode. I feel like I‘ve been on vacation and I want to keep returning. 2mo
DieAReader @CoverToCoverGirl Sounds delightful♥️♥️ 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
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xicanti
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It hit 10° today, and it felt pretty durned good after the loooooong winter. I took a 5.5-mile #audiowalk through the aspen parkland and surrounding environs. There‘s still a ton of snow in the trees, but I got to enjoy plenty of filthy, spongy grass in the more exposed areas.

I also got through a huge chunk of TASTE. It‘s very good, aside from the horrifying pheasant-plucking date he and his wife remember so fondly.

Lindy Ha! Lots of filthy brown grass to enjoy around here too. 3mo
xicanti @Lindy ah, the beauty of spring. 3mo
Smrloomis 😂 That pheasant plucking sounded yucky to me too! 3mo
xicanti @Smrloomis this restaurateur randomly gave them two pheasants and they were like, “Yay! Bonding activity!” I‘d have run away screaming. 3mo
Smrloomis @xicanti 😂😂😂 Absolutely! 3mo
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Kimbono
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Oh, this book ❤️ I spent so many summer days sitting outside and eating crabs with my family in NJ. We‘d sit there for hours each of us with a big pile of shells on our plates. Good times.

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Smrloomis
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I‘m not a big foodie and I don‘t really love Italian pasta (I know, it‘s weird, what can I say?) but I LOVED this. The only way I could have loved this more is if I‘d listened to it. 💗💗💗

JoyBlue I also don't love Italian pasta, but loved this book. I *did* read it with my ears—it was absolutely delightful! 💙 3mo
Smrloomis @JoyBlue Yes! 👍🏽💕 It makes me want to watch his show! 3mo
JoyBlue @Smrloomis Ooh—I'll bet it's fun! If only I had cable TV. . . . 3mo
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wen4blu
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“I grew up in an Italian family that, not unusually, put great import on food.”

#firstlinefridays
#currentlyreading

CoverToCoverGirl I rarely watch the television but I do love his show! 3mo
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Smrloomis
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Not sure how much that is but yeah that sounds great 😂

AlaMich That‘s the technical culinary term, I‘m surprised you‘ve never heard it before! 😂 3mo
Smrloomis @AlaMich ahhh yes, I thought that sounded familiar… 😂😂😂 3mo
Macnjen Ah now I'm motivated to read this!
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Smrloomis @Macnjen it‘s a really fun read and I imagine it‘d be great on audio! 🎧 3mo
Beatlefan129 I listened to this on audio and it was delightful 😄 3mo
Patchshank Lol. My favorite unit of measurement. How many tons of water on the planet? A fuck ton. How many lightyears away is the Andromeda Galaxy? According to NASA: a fuck of a lot. 3mo
UwannaPublishme 😂😂😂 3mo
Megabooks I‘m all about the sexy slab of cheese! 🧀 3mo
kyraleseberg Ah yes, my favorite unit of measurement 😆 3mo
Smrloomis @Beatlefan129 I‘m sure! 😂 3mo
Smrloomis @Patchshank @Megabooks @kyraleseberg YES to all of that! 😂😂😂 3mo
Smrloomis @LeahBergen I read the recipes just for the laughs alone 😂 3mo
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Smrloomis
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I‘m loving the footnotes. I don‘t even like lamb that much but I‘m looking forward to hearing why the best he has ever had was in…Iceland???

BookBabe Wow, interesting! 😮 Lamb is big in Middle Eastern countries too. 😋 I could go for some shish kebab right now! 3mo
Smrloomis @BookBabe Yes, very true. I‘m not always a fan but sometimes it‘s delicious! 3mo
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IMASLOWREADER
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absolutely enjoyed this book…had me salivating…couldnt get enough so now im watching his cnn special about italian food #audiophile #readinggoals #bibliotherapy

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Amandajoy
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Apparently February was a struggle. I read zero physical books, but did listen to 5 audiobooks. And I realized I never posted my January wrap-up. Maybe I‘ll get my act together in March? #februarywrapup

Sapphire Reading life should be a no guilt zone (edited) 4mo
janeycanuck Getting one‘s act together is highly overrated. 4mo
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cariashley
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Absolutely wonderful, a real delight to listen to. Tucci is equal parts charming and entertaining about his family and upbringing, his love for Italy and Italian-American traditions, and above all, food. He‘s also incredibly generous in his praise for those who have influenced him. His writing about his struggle with cancer was also incredible. Highly recommend.

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mcctrish
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My print copy of Taste came today so I‘m making Ragù Tucci to celebrate

BookBabe 🙌🏻 4mo
mcctrish @BookBabe the house smells delicious 💃🏼💃🏼 4mo
EvieBee Looks good! I too am working on “sauce” today. 4mo
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mcctrish Twosday is sauce day @EvieBee 🤣🤣 4mo
lynneamch Love Tucci ever since "Big Night." Set a goal to make Tympano some day. See you live in London, OT. I visited many years ago and was so charmed by the accents of some older ladies who sounded just like my gram (from Cornwall) who had passed away. 4mo
EvieBee Hahahaha! 4mo
mcctrish @lynneamch same ❤️ after reading the recipe for Tympano in one of ST‘s cookbooks and then hear him talk about it in this book, I will probably NEVER make it 🤣🤣 4mo
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13-4 Feb 2022 (audiobook)
I really like Stanley Tucci and I do find his obsession with food very endearing. I enjoyed his anecdotes of growing up as an Italian-American in upstate New York. But I am vegetarian and just found there was too much talk about meat and too many meat recipes for me. Decided my credit was probably best used elsewhere.

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Beatlefan129
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In a word, this book was delicious. Part memoir, part cookbook, and part love letter to food, I enjoyed listening to the author narrate his own book. His strength and resilience during cancer treatments was also very inspiring. Don‘t listen to this when you‘re hungry!

AvidReader25 One of my favs last year! 4mo
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AileenRR
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I love food memoirs and I liked this one. Maybe a teensy but slow in the middle, but finished strongly.

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KathyWheeler
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I listened to this, and loved Tucci as a narrator. It‘s the story of his life as told through the food he loves and learned to cook. I‘ve seen people mentioning that he does a good deal of name dropping, and that‘s true, but he‘s aware of it and even makes fun of himself for it. But if Ryan Reynolds was one of your best friends, wouldn‘t you talk about him occasionally? The only problem with audio is the lack of easy access to the recipes.

Suet624 Yup. I‘d for sure talk about Ryan. 😍 5mo
KathyWheeler @Suet624 me too! 😄 5mo
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KathyWheeler
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This is my new night time book. Tucci has a relaxing voice.

RebL It‘s on my list! 5mo
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Tkgbjenn1
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Inspired to pick up this book after watching a documentary series called, “Searching for Italy”. Where Stanley Tucci travels to various parts of Italy and samples each regions food. Made me want to book a trip and do the same. This book is a continuation of his love of food (especially Italian) throughout his life. There are some delicious sounding recipes in this book as well.

lynneamch Loved the audio, the TV series, the movie Big Night, and 5mo
Tkgbjenn1 👍🏼 5mo
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mcctrish
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Audio building today. I am so hungry listening to this book

Kayla.Adriena Ahhhhhh that typewriter! It's supposed to work too 😍. I'm jealous 😬😆 5mo
wanderinglynn Love the Lego typewriter. 💜 5mo
mcctrish @Kayla.Adriena the # 1 bags were a whole lot of building the same thing 9 times, thank god for ST swearing with me 5mo
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mcctrish @wanderinglynn I have had this for a while, I have a bad habit of saving Lego ( and books) to savour the anticipation 🤣🤣 but January has worn me down 5mo
wanderinglynn I hear you. January has not been the easiest month. But the Lego typewriter is super fun! 5mo
Kayla.Adriena @mcctrish is he saying "there's no reason a grown ass adult should be cutting their spaghetti " ? 5mo
mcctrish @Kayla.Adriena YES!!!! 🤣🤣 5mo
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mcctrish
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Started Taste and listening while I make spaghetti and meatballs ( recipe from Lucinda Scala Quinn‘s Mad Hungry cookbook) I bake my meatballs cuz they always end up meatsquares otherwise. I am laughing out loud to ST and his stories and I love listening to him but I‘m going to need a hard copy of this book for his recipes

Abailliekaras It‘s sooo good! 5mo
Julsmarshall I had to do the same thing! Loved the audio but had to get a hard copy too! 5mo
BookBabe Sounds good! #Stacked I always need to eat when reading books like this lol. Same with (edited) 5mo
mcctrish @BookBabe me too!!! I was happy to have ‘Italian‘ ingredients on hand cuz I was desperate for pasta listening to this 5mo
mcctrish @BookBabe also I‘m totally stacking that book 5mo
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Erynecki
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Taste is a book of food memories, a celebration of cooking, and the ways that sharing a dinner table brings us closer together. An enormous part of the appeal is that it‘s actor Stanley Tucci‘s story. There are heartwarming moments, humor, and culinary experiences from his acting days that are definitely charming.

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DeannaJ
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Delightful, poignant, and mouthwatering.

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AutumnRLS
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#litsycrafters Check in! Just taught myself how to crochet granny squares last night while listening to Stanley Tucci's book, Taste.

Chrissyreadit That looks great! 5mo
Kenyazero That's super fun! 5mo
AutumnRLS @Kenyazero & @ Chrissyreadit Thanks! I'm really enjoying it. Tonight I'm going to teach myself a variation of the traditional granny square! Thinking about making a sampler blanket. 5mo
AutumnRLS @Chrissyreadit ☝accidentally spaced between @ and your name 🤪 5mo
Chrissyreadit 😄 I want to learn how to make them one day. I bought a book to try and figure it out. It‘s sounds like it will be fun 5mo
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thebacklistbook
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This book is all about how Stanley Tucci loves food; more specifically cuisine. He literally uses food as a guidance system to the major changes in his life. From childhood all the way through being diagnosed with and beating cancer. I highly recommend giving it a listen.

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#NYWD22 @Nute
These two are my choices I finished on. The problem now is the library don't have them so I'll have to buy them I'm probably going to be taking this into febuary as the books are taking forever getting here.
@monalyisha 👍

rockpools Are you on NetGalley Kay? The Wanda Coleman‘s still on there if you want to give that a try. 5mo
kaysworld1 @rockpools Netgalley I've never tried that I'll give it a go thank you xx 5mo
Nute I‘m excited about the books that you have chosen. Poetry is one of my first literary loves so I like seeing more people reading it. Wanda Coleman was a new poet for me last year. Stanley Tucci is a warm and humorous guy. His stories were very earthy. I hope that you like both books.🙂 5mo
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OutAndAbout
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More enjoyable than a food memoir sounds like it would be. Read by the author which made it more enjoyable. I enjoyed hearing about his Italian American childhood, his career, and his health battle and success. While I found much of it to be a bit tedious, Tucci lives a very privileged life, my husband enjoyed hearing how the other half lives. Recommended for any foodie, especially an Italian foodie.

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Bakingbookworm
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Five big 'ol stars! Charming, funny, smart and simply marvelous, I adored reading this 'memoir with a side of foodie love' in both hardcover and audio! Loads of recipes too!

Review: https://bit.ly/TastebyTucciReview

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Scochrane26
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Finished this afternoon in what turned out to be a nightmare trip home. Left work early, with my afternoon clients changed to telehealth, because it was snowing (total about 6 in). 4 hrs to drive about 40 miles because of traffic. Northerners will laugh at us here in Ky.
I really liked this on audio, but I will need to find the physical book if I want to try the recipes. So much amazing food. Really enjoyed the fresh spin on a celebrity memoir.

JamieArc Even northerners in Michigan forget how to deal with the snow in that first big snowfall. I hope you have some cozy reading time! 6mo
Scochrane26 @JamieArc Thanks. A lot of the problem was caused by semis who couldn‘t get up small inclines. I finally got home & saw 2 clients, then took a nap. Telehealth tomorrow for work, then cozy reading time. 6mo
Texreader 4 hours! Holy smokes. Well you folks in Kentucky would roll with laughter at us in south Texas if we have to drive in snow. We can‘t. Period. But 4 hours is brutal. So bummed for you. Thank heavens you can work from home tomorrow 6mo
Scochrane26 @Texreader I could have stayed home all day & made clients do telehealth but decided to see if it really got bad. Sometimes our meteorologists get a little too hyped. It wasn‘t supposed to snow until about 12 but started around 10:30. 6mo
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PhyllisH
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I enjoyed the Audible version of Taste. I recommend especially if you love food.

Scochrane26 I‘m listening to it this week, & it makes me hungry. 6mo
PhyllisH @Scochrane26 😂 I know the feeling. 6mo
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Traci1
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A book as lovely and charming as the man who wrote it. I listened to the audio, which I highly recommend, but I need to get the print as well for all the amazing sounding recipes.

A terrific book with which to end the year.

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Traci1
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Starting my last book of the year (tagged) now. Vivek Oji is what I have planned to start the new year.

#lastfirst
@BookNAround

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Oblomov26
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I really enjoyed this and now want Stanley Tucci to be my friend. A memoir of family, friends, tradition and food. Many tales, rants and happy memories interspersed with recipes related to the narrative, some of which I have tried, other of which I will need to cook. Like sitting with a old friend over a nice glass of wine, interspersed with “Oh you need to try this” moments.

Vansa Loved his show too! 6mo
Smrloomis Completely agree! I wish I could hang around him and his family too! Sounds lovely. 3mo
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JacqMac
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Stanley Tucci is making me hungry.
And thirsty.
And miss my family.
And I love him even more.

elkeOriginal Stanley is a treasure. 6mo
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ReadingEnvy
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Edelweiss backlog... I don't have any specific interest in Stanley Tucci other than vague awareness of him as an actor. I haven't seen his food or travel shows or used his cookbooks.

Taste is a lighter read combining memoir and food writing. ↘️

ReadingEnvy Tucci spans topics from a childhood spent inside a southern Italian immigrant community all the way up to his personal experience with cancer and the pandemic. The focus is not on his career at all, but sometimes the people and places he encounters because of various roles are pathways to food memories - meals, restaurants, or chefs. ↘️ 6mo
ReadingEnvy There are a few recipes scattered throughout the text from drink standards to elaborate holiday dishes like Timpano, but this is not a cookbook. 6mo
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Kimbono
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My book haul from my husband along with the perfect record for reading. 📚❤️📚 I hope you all have a wonderful day filled with books and music and family! #readingsoundtrack

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MatchlessMarie
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Merry Christmas! This one is for the littens living with velociraptors 🎁 🗑

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Merry Christmas ❤️🎄💚 6mo
Bookzombie Merry Christmas!🎄 6mo
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PhyllisH
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Looking forward to listening to this one.

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Danay
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21 #91 Stanley Tucci is such an interesting guy. I have always found him charming and witty. And the guy knows his way around the kitchen. Loved hearing him read it on audible. His dry sense of humor shines through.

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Julsmarshall
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Fantastic! Best memoir I‘ve read this year! Loved it on #audio as it is read by the author but I‘ll have to purchase it in paper too for the recipes sprinkled throughout. It is charming, witty, sophisticated—just like the author himself. Seriously, if you are a foodie, you will love this book!

kspenmoll This is my husband‘s Christmas present!!! Great review! (edited) 6mo
BayouGirl85 I loved it as well. 6mo
TheBookHippie I loved this one! 6mo
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ozma.of.oz
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Stanley Tucci‘s memoir of his life and the importance of food and family. Read by the author.

This was a charming listen. It really felt like sitting down for a cup of coffee with a friend. His intelligence and humor are easy to see, & he seems like a genuinely decent person. The timeline jumps around a bit & he name drops like there‘s no tomorrow. 😂 I‘ve learned I actually want a collection of nonfiction 2020 lockdown stories. 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌗

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MatchlessMarie
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Absolutely loved it. A Must listen on audio. Even if you aren‘t a foodie, you are sure to love this one.

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Andrew65 Great 👏👏👏 6mo
ozma.of.oz My hold on this just came in! ❤️❤️ 6mo
TheAromaofBooks Yay!!! 6mo
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keys_on_fire I can‘t wait to get this one. May be a purchase for travels after the holidays! 6mo
StayCurious I'm looking forward to this one 6mo
MatchlessMarie @ozma.of.oz @keys_on_fire @StayCurious It‘s so good! I keep remembering certain passages and recommending it to people. Definitely one I could reread. 6mo
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