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Standing at the crossroads of travel, food, and personal essay writing, Madrid-born Mercedes Cebrián adds a dash of fantastical fiction to her newest collection of essays and short stories. Burp, a reflection on foodways on both sides of the Atlantic, draws on her experiences living among posh London freegans, “gazelle-like” West Philly gentrifiers, and cunning Madrid grocers. Lending you her insider-outsider perspective, Cebrián treats the reader to a fresh take on the constantly evolving culture of food and our relationship to it.

Burp: Adventures in Eating and Cooking

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