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Ruth Reichl’s Save Me the Plums is a riveting account—equal parts moving and gossipy—of her decade-long stay in the high-stakes world of magazine publishing at Condé Nast during the golden age of print media.
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In Save Me the Plums, award-winning food writer Ruth Reichl’s poignant and hilarious chronicle of her stint as the last editor-in-chief of the venerable epicurean journal Gourmet, a colorful cast of editors, managers, writers, and cooks takes readers along on a spellbinding journey into the glamorous world of magazine publishing and leaves them as wonderfully sated as at the end of a five-course Parisian meal.
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