Bunny Crumpacker

Bunny Crumpacker (1933-2010), a New York native, has been a professional caterer, editor, newspaper columnist, and school community relations officer. Her book reviews appear in The Washington Post. She is the author of How to Slice an Onion, The Sex Life of Food, Perfect Figures, and two cookbooks based on food and recipe pamphlets issued from 1875 to 1950--a chronicle of American cooking in those years. She and her husband, a record producer, lived in the Hudson River Valley region, just north of New York City.


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How to Slice an Onion

Bunny Crumpacker
Thomas Dunne Books

If you can slice an onion, you can cook almost anything. That's the first premise of this book. There are dozens more, all underlining the happy thought that...


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Perfect Figures

Bunny Crumpacker
Thomas Dunne Books

An intoxicating trip through the history, the poetry, and the surprising secret meanings of numbers


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The Sex Life of Food

Bunny Crumpacker
St. Martin's Griffin/Thomas Dunne Books

Food and sex. Hunger and the psyche. These are the forces that shape our lives. Bunny Crumpacker has looked at food from every angle, and brings us delicious...


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