When I was alone, I lived on eggplant, the stove top cook's strongest ally. I fried it and stewed it, and ate it crisp and sludgy, hot and cold. It was cheap and filling and was delicious in all manner of strange combinations. If any was left over, I ate it cold the next day on bread.

Laurie Colwin

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Author Profession: Author
Nationality: American
Born: June 14, 1944
Died: October 24, 1992

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