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Fisher, M. F. K (Mary Frances Kennedy)
(1908 - 1992) A famous America writer, whose output included some excellent books concerning food - some containing collected essays.
The most famous are 'The Gastronomical Me', 1943; 'Here Let Us Feast' 1946; 'An Alphabet for Gourmets', 1949; and 'With a Bold Knife', 1968. She was also largely responsible for a Time-Life volume 'The Cooking of Provincial France' in 1969.
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