Learning to Cook After Relearning to Eat
I’ve gotten better at eating since rehab, but I’ve yet to explore the pleasure of food; of preparing it and enjoying it.
Nancy refused to eat her chicken.
literally set my own kitchen on fire.
The Walking Dead
Arianna Rebolini is a writer from New York, formerly the books editor at BuzzFeed News. Her writing has been featured in The Atlantic, The Cut, The Guardian, Esquire, TIME, and elsewhere. She lives in Queens with her husband, son, and two cats. Keep up with her book recommendations at her newsletter, Reading Habits.
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