It’s what’s for dinner: How to Cook a Wolf by M.F.K. Fisher (1942). Not only could this woman cook, but she could write. Remember prose? If you haven’t read Fisher’s written word, get going. What’s in store? Well, how about “gastronomical voodoo” and other pearls like the “history and mystery” of War Cake (what not to bake).
Go on. Take a bite. There’s a lot you still don’t know. And it all happened before the “internets.”