Continuing the series of essays commissioned by Minnesota Public Radio, E.K.M. shares his thoughts on personal motivations in Deceptions, Distortions, Desserts: a cellist's love affair with food. This is MPRadio's description of the essay: With a career as both a cellist and an author, Edward Kelsey Moore is often asked which is his first love, music or writing? The answer lies elsewhere. 'My favorite thing is, and has always been, food,' Moore writes in this humorous (and appetite-whetting) piece.
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5/27/2016 12:43:18 pm
This one really touched me. As much as I love Edward's writing I also can relate to this lifelong love of food.
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