Memoir of the Sunday Brunch (Large Print / Hardcover)
December 2012 Indie Next List
“Growing up the youngest in a family of nine can make a kid feel lost, but the alternative, moving to a far-off suburb while all the older kids stay behind, can be even worse. It?s a good thing then that the author was forced to tend to pancakes at a young age so she could further bond with her eccentric restaurateur father. Pandl shares family stories that will resonate with anyone from a large family, and some of the kitchen tales make Anthony Bourdain's confessions seem tame. But most of all, this is the story of a woman's bond with her father, built slowly with blocks of forced labor and family craziness, and then, when all that was swept away, rebuilt with the help of a lot of care and a bit of humor.”
— Daniel Goldin, Boswell Book Company, Milwaukee, WI
About the Author
Julia Pandl was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she still lives and works. "Memoir of the Sunday Brunch" is her first book. When she is not writing and otherwise working, she moonlights as a stand-up comic. Author website: www.juliapandl.com.