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Giving Good Weight

Rtistic and extraordinary chef; The Keel of Lake Dickey in which a journey down the whitewater of a wild river ends in the shadow of a huge projected dam; a report on plans for the construction of nuclear power plants that would float in the ocean; and a pinball shoot out between two prizewinning journalis. His writing as always enlivens the commonplace while illuminating it farmers markets nuclear power research pinball canoeing in northern Maine and a New York chef

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You people come into the market the Greenmarket in the open air under the down pouring sun and you slit the tomatoes with your fingernails With your thumbs you excavate the cheese You choose your stringbeans one at a time You pulp the nectarines and rape the sweet corn You are something wonderful you are p. John McPhee has me uestioning a lot of my life choices right now How have I made it this far without ever tasting truffles Why don t I treat myself to a proper feast perhaps some grilled e

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Eople of the city and we who are almost without exception strangers here are as absorbed with you as you seem to be with the numbers on our hanging scales So opens the title piece in this collection of John McPhee's classic essays grouped here with four others including Brigade de Cuisine a profile of an a. Read only Brigade de Cuisine and the story about pinball read through half of Giving Good Weight before giving up and the 4 stars rating apply only to these 2 essays McPhee s writing is gre


About the Author: John McPhee

John McPhee was born in Princeton New Jersey and was educated at Princeton University and Cambridge University His writing career began at Time magazine and led to his long association with the New Yorker where he has been a staff writer since 1965 The same year he published his first book A Sense of Where You Are with FSG and soon followed with The Headmaster 1966 Oranges 1967 The P



10 thoughts on “Giving Good Weight

  1. says:

    John McPhee has me uestioning a lot of my life choices right now How have I made it this far without ever tasting truffles? Why don't I treat myself to a proper feast perhaps some grilled eel a personal weakness but it's been forever some smok

  2. says:

    I don't think I've read this one before Five old New Yorker articles from the mid 70s Great stuff and really has

  3. says:

    Thinning my book shelves I got sidetracked re reading a book I read many years ago I still enjoyed most of it though I've grown a bit less patient with some of the detail The title essay Giving Good Weight about

  4. says:

    Only John McPhee can make everything from cutting wood in the forests of the northeast to green markets in NYC to a floating nuclear reactor into an absorbing read There's also a memorable description of an extraordinary chef prepari

  5. says:

    It was a mixed bagAs with many McPhee's this was a collection of shorter writingsWe've got McPhee working on farms and at farmer's market's around NYC entertaining; we've got New Jersey thinking about building floating nuclear powe

  6. says:

    Read only Brigade de Cuisine and the story about pinball read through half of Giving Good Weight before giving up and the 4 stars rating apply only to these 2 essays McPhee's writing is great but his essays tend t

  7. says:

    He and I had an euipment shootout which he seemed to think he was winning He put up his new tent an ice blue JanSport with glass wands and a three uarter length fly the whole affair a subtle compromise —in breathing and impermeable nylons —between the statistical probabilities of incoming water and air Round repulsive mychophane it appeared to be a model of the Houston Astrodome its ceiling four feet high The firs

  8. says:

    I just wanted to add my five to boost his already and deservedly high ranking Brigade is the piece that led me to McPhee and to Oranges and The Headmaster both unforgettable to meTo my head heart and soul the finest writer of nonfiction ever Warm humane observant witty just a marvel to me

  9. says:

    His writing as always enlivens the commonplace while illuminating it farmers' markets nuclear power research pinball canoei

  10. says:

    A classic collection of essays I've returned to this book many times over the years and find McPhee's writing among the best

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