Burn the Place: A Memoir
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Blackstone Publishing, 2020.
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7h 23m 0s
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9781982647810

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Iliana Regan., Iliana Regan|AUTHOR., & Eileen Stevens|READER. (2020). Burn the Place: A Memoir . Blackstone Publishing.

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Iliana Regan, Iliana Regan|AUTHOR and Eileen Stevens|READER. 2020. Burn the Place: A Memoir. Blackstone Publishing.

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Iliana Regan, Iliana Regan|AUTHOR and Eileen Stevens|READER. Burn the Place: A Memoir Blackstone Publishing, 2020.

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Iliana Regan, Iliana Regan|AUTHOR, and Eileen Stevens|READER. Burn the Place: A Memoir Blackstone Publishing, 2020.

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Burn the Place is a galvanizing culinary memoir that chronicles Iliana Regan's journey from foraging on the family farm to opening her Michelin-starred restaurant, Elizabeth. Her story is alive with startling imagery, raw like that first bite of wild onion, and told with uncommon emotional power. It's a sure bet to be one of the most important new memoirs of 2019.

Regan grew up the youngest of four headstrong girls on a small farm in Northwest Indiana. Even when she was picking raspberries as a toddler still in diapers, Regan understood to pick only the ripe fruit and leave the rest for another day. In the family's leaf-strewn fields, the orange flutes of chanterelles seemed to beckon her, while they eluded others.

Regan has always had an intense, almost otherworldly connection with food and earth. Connecting with people, however, has always been harder. As she learned to cook in the farmhouse, got her first job in a professional kitchen at age fifteen, taught herself cutting-edge cuisine while running her "new forager" underground supper club, and worked her way from front-of-house staff to running her own kitchen, Regan often felt that she "wasn't made for this world." She was a little girl who longed to be a boy, gay in an intolerant community, an alcoholic before she turned twenty, a woman in an industry dominated by men.

Burn the Place will introduce listeners to an important new voice from the American culinary scene, an underrepresented perspective from the professional kitchen, and a young star chef whose prose is as memorable and deserving of praise as her food.
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