Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Juicing with Jon Cotner and Andy Fitch

In the latest installment of the Internet's only cooking and book chat show, Emily Gould chats with Jon Cotner and Andy Fitch, who have written a very unusual book, Ten Walks/Two Talks. (The organizing principle: "Sixty mornings of sixty-minute walks in Manhattan, documented in 60-sentence essays. 30 days of 45-minute public conversations, transcribed, also in New York.") They have gone on with dialogue-based work in Conversations Over Stolen Food. (Spoiler: the food was stolen.)

Cooking the Books is directed by Valerie Temple and shot and edited by Andrew Gauthier. You can see all the Cooking the Books episodes here or even subscribe via iTunes. Previously: Sigrid Nunez Makes Szechuan Green Beans; Emma Rathbone Makes Strawberry Wafer Cookies; Doogie Horner Makes "Gettin' Laid Lemonade," Tao Lin Makes Raw Salad, Jennifer Egan Makes Macaroons.

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I enjoyed that reading. A lot. And juicers are cool.

Good Bear (#11,503)

I love that Jon and Andy talk with one another. I love the juicing soundtrack too, and when the leafy greens get torn in half.

There are ads, now?? Holy moly, Cooking the Books really has hit the big time.

Nick Douglas (#7,095)

Sam Neill is looking great for his age.

Angela Logan (#11,569)

I like this the books…

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