Human Parts
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What 40 of the World’s Grandmothers Taught Me About Love

I set out to write a book about food. The love lessons were a welcome side dish.

LLocked in a bathroom, hot tears streaming down my face, I felt like my heart was on fire. As I listened to my best friend’s grandmother describe the moment her husband of 60 years died in front of her, I realized how important the…

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Anastasia Miari

Anastasia Miari

Freelance journalist writing about travel, the environment, food and life for The Guardian, The Independent, The New York Times and The Telegraph.

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