- Meg Raymond
Eva is born to a chef and a waitress. Her mother runs off with a sommelier when she’s a baby. Her father is determined to raise her on his own and nourish her the best way he knows—with food. She grows up surrounded by the foods of her native Minnesota and eventually becomes the reclusive but famous chef for a secretive and very, very exclusive pop-up supper club.
Kitchens of the Great Midwest is charming, slightly off-beat, and might even make you want to taste Scandinavian lutefisk.
This review was published in Sightlines, CRRL's Assistive Services newsletter.