Giulia Melucci, a nice Brooklyn girl and unabashed food lover (”I can count on my breasts the number of times I have missed a meal”), finds that a good man is far more elusive than a tasty homemade carbonara. I Loved, I Lost, I Made ?Spaghetti, sort of an Eat, Pray, Love with fewer passport stamps and more recipes, is wry, personable, and at times even snortingly funny. This may be no globe-?hopping journey of self-fulfillment, but you can replicate her delectable “F— You Cakes” (Melucci’s attempt to bake her way out of an especially bad ? breakup) and root for a woman who learns to nourish her own stomach — and soul — even when her heart’s ?been flambéed. B+
I Loved, I Lost, I Made SpaghettiGiulia Melucci, a nice Brooklyn girl and unabashed food lover (''I can count on my breasts the number of times I have missed a meal''), finds that a good...I Loved, I Lost, I Made SpaghettiMemoir, NonfictionGiulia MelucciGiulia Melucci, a nice Brooklyn girl and unabashed food lover (''I can count on my breasts the number of times I have missed a meal''), finds that a good...2009-04-01Grand Central Publishing
Genre: Memoir, Nonfiction; Author: Giulia Melucci; Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Posted April 1 2009 — 12:00 AM EDT
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