When Real Meal Revolution landed at number one on the bestsellers’ list and stayed there for twelve weeks, the publishing community started asking the RMR team and Quivertree Publications just how they managed to hit that literary sweet spot.
Apart from the fact that the content in The Real Meal Revolution challenges the core fibre of science, medicine and public education, it has been edited to be become a hugely entertaining read. Incredible photographs of lip-smacking recipes by Proudfoot and Grier, shot by the great Craig Fraser, may also have something to do with the appeal.
Whichever way you look at it, this book is like the lover of your dreams – a well-balanced combination of sharp wit, good looks, impeccable taste and infinite wisdom all merged into one sexy package for anyone who eats food the world over.
The New York Times, April 18, 2013
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