Julia Glass
Using a hand mixer, Julia Glass beats together egg yolks, sugar and pear brandy in her Marblehead home, Thursday, July 20, 2006. (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)

Baking with Julia

What does a novelist who writes about food create in her own kitchen?

By Joe Yonan
Globe Staff / August 2, 2006

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MARBLEHEAD -- You'd think that a request to spend a day baking with novelist Julia Glass would be met with a plan for coconut cake. That dessert drives the plot of this food-obsessed author's new book, ``The Whole World Over." And it was her own memory of a delectable coconut cake in Greenwich Village that gave her the idea to ... (Full article: 1353 words)

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