My Audio Book of Eight Flavors is out now!

Guess what? You can now LISTEN to Eight Flavors: The Untold Story of American Cuisine on audio CD or Audible–including whispersync, which allows you to switch back and forth between e-book and audio book without losing your place!

AND GUESS WHAT ELSE. I read the book! It’s 11-ish hours of my sweet, sylvan voice telling you tales about Edmond Albius, a 12-year-old slave who discovered the technique still used to pollinate vanilla orchids today; or Ranji Smile, a Muslim immigrant to American who became a celebrity chef; or so many more American stories!

Buy the audio book here!

Enjoy it! Then sign up for my mailing list and see if I’m going to do an event near you!

Thank you!

3 Responses to “My Audio Book of Eight Flavors is out now!”


  • Hi Ms. Lohman,

    A friend recommended your book, and I heard the Gastropod podcast with you on it. I then bought Eight Flavors in Audiobook form. I also have a blog entitled Baking through your Personal Apocalypse, http://www.psquaredbook.com, where I attempt to bake things as a way to deal with some of the recent lows life has slung at me. I just listened to the pepper section of your book, and was wondering if you have your recipes written down anywhere for us audiobook consumers? I’d love to try to make the pepper cookies (and properly credit you and link your blog) as one of my baking attempts. I also was fascinated with the lemon, pepper venison preparation, and realized I needed to actually ‘see’ these recipes to truly ‘get’ them.

    I hope you’re well, and thanks for your book. I’m greatly enjoying it, and I’m excited to have come across your blog!

  • Hi Ms. Lohman,

    A friend recommended your book, and I heard the Gastropod podcast with you on it. I then bought Eight Flavors in Audiobook form. I also have a blog entitled Baking through your Personal Apocalypse, http://www.psquaredbooks.com, where I attempt to bake things as a way to deal with some of the recent lows life has slung at me. I just listened to the pepper section of your book, and was wondering if you have your recipes written down anywhere for us audiobook consumers? I’d love to try to make the pepper cookies (and properly credit you and link your blog) as one of my baking attempts. I also was fascinated with the lemon, pepper venison preparation, and realized I needed to actually ‘see’ these recipes to truly ‘get’ them.

    I hope you’re well, and thanks for your book. I’m greatly enjoying it, and I’m excited to have come across your blog!

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