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Rachel Khong - book author

Rachel Khong is the author of books: Goodbye, Vitamin, All About Eggs, Cabbage, Tin House Magazine, Issue 72, Summer 2017

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Goodbye, Vitamin is the wry, beautifully observed story of a woman at a crossroads, as Ruth and her friends attempt to shore up her father's career; she and her mother obsess over the ambiguous health benefits - in the absence of a cure - of dried jellyfish supplements and vitamin pills; and they all try to forge a new relationship with the brilliant, childlike, irascible man her father has become.
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A handbook, a cookbook, an eggbook: this quasi-encyclopedic ovarian overview is the only tome you need to own about the indispensable egg.

Eggs: star of the most important meal of the day, and, to hear billions of cooks and chefs tell it, quite possibly the world's most important food. Does that make Lucky Peach's All About Eggs the world's most important book? Probably yes. In essays, anecdotes, how-tos, and foolproof recipes, this egg-centric volume celebrates everything an egg can be and do. Whether illuminating the progress of an egg through a chicken, or teaching you how to poach the perfect egg, All About Eggs bursts with facts to deploy at your next cocktail party—then serves up a killer deviled egg recipe to serve while you’re doing it. All About Eggs is for anyone who has ever delighted in the pleasures of an omelet, marveled at the snowflake patterns on a century egg, or longed to make a sky-high soufflé.
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Consider this cookbook a one-woman crusade: Rachel Khong wants to elevate cabbage from its lowly peasantish reputation to its rightful position among the vegetable firmament, where it belongs. She makes her case by showing cabbage's range with pickles, slaws, soups and dinners where it plays a starring role.
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An award-winning quarterly, Tin House started in 1999, the singular love child of an eclectic literary journal and a beautiful glossy magazine.


Drop it in your beach bag with the sunscreen and kadima paddles—our annual summer reading issue will feature a smorgasbord of new writing from established and new voices.



Contents:

• Sea Girls by Daniel Wallace (1959-)
• My Dear You by Rachel Khong
• Primer: D'Aulaire's Book of Greek Myths by Donika Kelly
• The Oracle Remembers the Future Cannot Be Avoided by Donika Kelly
• Pride by Albert Camus (trans. of Orgueil unknown)
• Beatrice Feels a Heart by Anna Koriath
• Lost and Found: On Naomi Mitchison's Memoirs of a Spacewoman by Catherine Rockwood
•   Review: Memoirs of a Spacewoman by Naomi Mitchison by Catherine Rockwood
• What Vile by Mark Waldron
• A Tree Party by Mark Waldron
• Airspace by C. J. Evans
• Divorce by C. J. Evans
• Blur by Carmen Maria Machado