Jun 7, 2021 • 1HR 6M

Celia Sack's Smoky Pork Bun Mee with Liver Pâté

 
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Celia Sack is the owner of one of the most beloved and important cookbook stores in the country and maybe the world: Omnivore Books in San Francisco. In today's session, Celia talks about her childhood adventures digging through other people's stuff, eating a roast beef sandwich on the way to an animal rights rally, her background selling rare books (with a specialty in golf books), and coming out to her parents during the AIDS crisis. We also talk cookbooks: which cookbooks she would save if her store was on fire, which lesser-known cookbooks she recommends, and how she deals with the political fallout of some of the authors she carries in her store.


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