Bruni isn't the only critic this year to come out of the anonymity closet to promote a memoir. Just arrived at Eater HQ: the uncomfortably named "Cooking Dirty: a story of life, sex, love, and death in the Kitchen," the new memoir from Denver's formerly anon critic (his pic is now on the jacket) Jason Sheehan. Why it's dirty? It's an account of a life working at pizzerias, diners, and fish shacks. [EaterWire]
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