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"A very special book about a very special place." --Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma and In Defense of Food "What a world Romney Steele has given us in My Nepenthe! This personal tale is as tender and bright as a bite of Nepenthe Cheese Pie and will transport me--and you--to Big Sur and the days and nights of this magical place. My Nepenthe serves a big, gor "A very special book about a very special place." --Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma and In Defense of Food "What a world Romney Steele has given us in My Nepenthe! This personal tale is as tender and bright as a bite of Nepenthe Cheese Pie and will transport me--and you--to Big Sur and the days and nights of this magical place. My Nepenthe serves a big, gorgeous slice of American culture that I loved visiting through words and memory." --Deborah Madison, author of What We Eat When We Eat Alone and Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone  "Romney Steele grew up in the lively bohemian milieu of Nepenthe on the Big Sur coast and knows all the stories worth telling. In My Nepenthe, an intimate, richly illustrated memoir with recipes culled from the restaurant's 60 years, she writes marvelously about her "crazy stew of a family" and especially her beloved grandmother, whose kindness and hospitality were legendary. --Caroline Bates, contributing editor, Gourmet magazine My Nepenthe weaves together stories and tales about the famous California restaurant perched on the majestic cliffs of Big Sur. It celebrates the magic and history of place through food and the Fassett family who started Nepenthe. A lyrical feast written by the owners' granddaughter, Romney Steele, who grew up at the restaurant, My Nepenthe is as much about a family enterprise as it is about the Fassett family and their legacy. It recounts stories about the family's more than sixty-year history on the coast, the arts and architecture, and the colorful people who were the genesis of this legendary restaurant. My Nepenthe marks the restaurant's vibrant past as a gathering place and noted bohemian haunt, and its foray into the film industry during the shooting of The Sandpiper, featuring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. It also explores the lively scene that played out into the '70s, and onward through the current decade where it showcases Nepenthe's unique relationship with Pisoni Vineyards, owned by the renowned winemaker family. My Nepenthe includes more than seventy-five special recipes from the Fassetts, the restaurant, and the cafe, along with spectacular photography that completes the tale. Ultimately, My Nepenthe is a story about food, family, and the culture of place, and how it all unfolds around the table and why that matters. About Nepenthe Located on the Big Sur cliffs 808 feet above the Pacific Ocean, Nepenthe Restaurant boasts sweeping views of the rugged Santa Lucia Mountains and the wild south coast of Monterey County. Angular mountains plunge into the crashing surf below, and on a clear day there is no limit to the scenery, unspoiled and immense in nature. Opened in 1949 by the Fassett family, the restaurant is nestled among native oak trees and a historic log cabin (now faced by brick) that was once owned by Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth.


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"A very special book about a very special place." --Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma and In Defense of Food "What a world Romney Steele has given us in My Nepenthe! This personal tale is as tender and bright as a bite of Nepenthe Cheese Pie and will transport me--and you--to Big Sur and the days and nights of this magical place. My Nepenthe serves a big, gor "A very special book about a very special place." --Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore's Dilemma and In Defense of Food "What a world Romney Steele has given us in My Nepenthe! This personal tale is as tender and bright as a bite of Nepenthe Cheese Pie and will transport me--and you--to Big Sur and the days and nights of this magical place. My Nepenthe serves a big, gorgeous slice of American culture that I loved visiting through words and memory." --Deborah Madison, author of What We Eat When We Eat Alone and Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone  "Romney Steele grew up in the lively bohemian milieu of Nepenthe on the Big Sur coast and knows all the stories worth telling. In My Nepenthe, an intimate, richly illustrated memoir with recipes culled from the restaurant's 60 years, she writes marvelously about her "crazy stew of a family" and especially her beloved grandmother, whose kindness and hospitality were legendary. --Caroline Bates, contributing editor, Gourmet magazine My Nepenthe weaves together stories and tales about the famous California restaurant perched on the majestic cliffs of Big Sur. It celebrates the magic and history of place through food and the Fassett family who started Nepenthe. A lyrical feast written by the owners' granddaughter, Romney Steele, who grew up at the restaurant, My Nepenthe is as much about a family enterprise as it is about the Fassett family and their legacy. It recounts stories about the family's more than sixty-year history on the coast, the arts and architecture, and the colorful people who were the genesis of this legendary restaurant. My Nepenthe marks the restaurant's vibrant past as a gathering place and noted bohemian haunt, and its foray into the film industry during the shooting of The Sandpiper, featuring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. It also explores the lively scene that played out into the '70s, and onward through the current decade where it showcases Nepenthe's unique relationship with Pisoni Vineyards, owned by the renowned winemaker family. My Nepenthe includes more than seventy-five special recipes from the Fassetts, the restaurant, and the cafe, along with spectacular photography that completes the tale. Ultimately, My Nepenthe is a story about food, family, and the culture of place, and how it all unfolds around the table and why that matters. About Nepenthe Located on the Big Sur cliffs 808 feet above the Pacific Ocean, Nepenthe Restaurant boasts sweeping views of the rugged Santa Lucia Mountains and the wild south coast of Monterey County. Angular mountains plunge into the crashing surf below, and on a clear day there is no limit to the scenery, unspoiled and immense in nature. Opened in 1949 by the Fassett family, the restaurant is nestled among native oak trees and a historic log cabin (now faced by brick) that was once owned by Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth.

30 review for My Nepenthe: Bohemian Tales of Food, Family, and Big Sur

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    I loved this book so much. It's so much more than a cookbook, it's a family history and an amazing story of a magical restaurant where I spent a couple of blissful hours with my family on a trip to California ten years ago. Nepenthe has always held a special place in my mind -- that amazing view on a warm, sunny afternoon, the perfect fruit and cheese board leisurely enjoyed while taking in the ocean view on the patio, the Phoenix shop where I wanted to just move in so I never had to leave those I loved this book so much. It's so much more than a cookbook, it's a family history and an amazing story of a magical restaurant where I spent a couple of blissful hours with my family on a trip to California ten years ago. Nepenthe has always held a special place in my mind -- that amazing view on a warm, sunny afternoon, the perfect fruit and cheese board leisurely enjoyed while taking in the ocean view on the patio, the Phoenix shop where I wanted to just move in so I never had to leave those amazing items... Nepenthe is truly special and I hope to make it back to "my Nepenthe" sometime in the future.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tracie

    As beautiful as the place itself. I started coming here when I was in college and now my daughter and I take a "girls only" road trip every year to Pacific Grove and this is our favorite stop. Best grilled cheese sandwich in the entire world. The book is a combination of family history, stories, recipes, it was a delight to peruse and a great book to own. As beautiful as the place itself. I started coming here when I was in college and now my daughter and I take a "girls only" road trip every year to Pacific Grove and this is our favorite stop. Best grilled cheese sandwich in the entire world. The book is a combination of family history, stories, recipes, it was a delight to peruse and a great book to own.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Deb

    I love, love, LOVE this book--it is gorgeous with history and photos of a fascinating place mixed in with delicious recipes. I made six of them for my review here: http://kahakaikitchen.blogspot.com/20... I love, love, LOVE this book--it is gorgeous with history and photos of a fascinating place mixed in with delicious recipes. I made six of them for my review here: http://kahakaikitchen.blogspot.com/20...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Daisy

    Library copy. This is nice enough to own though. Now I own it and some extra copies because it's nice enough to give as a present. Library copy. This is nice enough to own though. Now I own it and some extra copies because it's nice enough to give as a present.

  5. 5 out of 5

    LINDA

    Lovely and indulgent!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Kelsey

    I enjoyed reading this book, but I found it a little disingenuous. There was a feeling of glossing over difficulties. Granted, it was meant to be a cookbook, so there's no need for it be so deep, but I felt the author touched on things and then didn't really delve into them, possibly because she was just a child when things were happening. I guess maybe it's asking too much (after all, it is called *my* Nepenthe), but the amateur journalist in me would have liked more voices in the book—people w I enjoyed reading this book, but I found it a little disingenuous. There was a feeling of glossing over difficulties. Granted, it was meant to be a cookbook, so there's no need for it be so deep, but I felt the author touched on things and then didn't really delve into them, possibly because she was just a child when things were happening. I guess maybe it's asking too much (after all, it is called *my* Nepenthe), but the amateur journalist in me would have liked more voices in the book—people who were there in the early years as adults. The dessert recipes towards the end of the book look divine, however. As soon as spring comes around, I'll be making some of those fruit & berry desserts.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    Read in the hopes of getting a feel for this part of the CA coast. Interesting recipes and a tale of the author's family. Less geography than I would have liked. Read in the hopes of getting a feel for this part of the CA coast. Interesting recipes and a tale of the author's family. Less geography than I would have liked.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Hillary

    Loved this book, and loved my meal there more.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Charles Thompson

    My first visit to Nepenthe Restaurant in Big Sur, California was in the fall of 1983. It was a hot day and we sat outside on the massive terrace with a cold drink -- in those days white wine, or possibly beer -- and looked down at the unbelievable view. A view of the Monterey coast that went on forever. I've never forgotten that first visit. Or that first view. Yes, the parking lot was full of rental cars, and yes, there were crowds of tourists snapping photos but none of that mattered. I didn't My first visit to Nepenthe Restaurant in Big Sur, California was in the fall of 1983. It was a hot day and we sat outside on the massive terrace with a cold drink -- in those days white wine, or possibly beer -- and looked down at the unbelievable view. A view of the Monterey coast that went on forever. I've never forgotten that first visit. Or that first view. Yes, the parking lot was full of rental cars, and yes, there were crowds of tourists snapping photos but none of that mattered. I didn't know what to expect as we climbed the winding stone steps up through a canopy of oak trees to the restaurant. But once I stepped foot onto the large terrace and saw the view, I understood the magic of Nepenthe. No matter where you are at Nepenthe, the Phoneix Shop, the Café Kevah or the restaurant itself, the view is there. Always and forever. In my memory there were hawks floating on thermals almost at eye level. That is how high up Nepenthe is. In the clouds. At the end of our drinks it was very hard to pull myself away. Over the years I have gone back to Nepenthe each time I visited the area. How can one not visit such a spectacular place? I was thrilled when I heard that a granddaughter of the original owners had written the Nepenthe story in celebration of its' 60th anniversary. I was even more excited when the book arrived on my doorstep for review. It is everything a book like this should be: a celebration of a place and time, a memoir from someone who lived it, and a cookbook with both family and restaurant recipes. I was recently in Big Sur, and I took my boyfriend, Robert to Nepenthe for his first time. It was a joy to be back, and to see the magic at work on someone else. He was just as wowed as I was on my first visit. I love the Bohemian-hippy vibe that still exists in Big Sur and thankfully author, Romney Steele, infuses her writing with a lot of that historical detail. Nepenthe was and still is a gathering point for all sorts of interesting and unique souls. From writers, to artists and artisans, to film people, to through-voyagers. As a child Romney Steele was lucky enough to watch it all happen. From stories of her grandparents Bill and Lolly Fasset who bought the property from Orsen Welles and Rita Hayworth in 1947, to frequent visits by writers Henry Miller and Jack Kerouac, to filming of the Elizabeth Taylor-Richard Burton movie The Sandpiper, Ms. Steele was witness to it all. And a magical storyteller she is, as well as an accomplished cook. The book is woven through with history, stories, memories, archival photos and recipes. Many of the non-archival color photos are beautifully shot by Sara Remington. The look and feel of the entire work is evocative of the free-living Bohemian lifestyle that permeates Big Sur's past and present. For me it was a fun read as I have been to Nepenthe, and to Big Sur many times over the years; it was wonderful to learn more about the history of both the restaurant and the area. Nepenthe is woven into the fabric of Big Sur and vice versa. They are a part of each other. I tried several recipes from the book and all worked very well, and were a pleasure to eat. On a recent Sunday I cooked this menu: 'Lolly's Roast Chicken with Sage Stuffing,' 'Cranberry Sauce,' 'Beet Salad with Sherry Vinaigrette' and 'Lemony Lemon Squares.' This time Robert and I were the only guests; we devoured everything, and loved it all. A few of the leftover lemon bars were passed along to family and friends -- all of whom have asked for the recipe, they were that good. What I like about the food in this book is that it fits in with the down-to-earth vibe the book embodies. Ms. Steele encourages use of local, sustainable ingredients. In fact she has a chart at the beginning of the book, 'Cooking notes,' that tells, (and suggests to), the cook the nature of each ingredient used when she developed and tested the recipes: 'Meats are prime,' 'Baking powder is aluminum-free,' 'Fruit is seasonal, organic if possible, and preferably locally grown,' and so on. This isn't fancy, five-star cuisine nor should it be. The food is earthy, hearty, filling and direct. It's food that makes sense for a restaurant and place perched high atop a hillside above the crashing surf in the wilds of Big Sur. Steele encourages the reader to find their own Nepenthe within the pages of her book. Steele is my kind of cook, this is my kind of book, I expect to pick it up often to both cook from, and to read more and again about life at Nepenthe. My Nepenthe.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Barrett

    My Nepenthe by Romney Steele is an ode to food, family and Big Sur. Steele, the granddaughter of founders Bill and Lolly Fassett, grew up amid the bohemian atmosphere of Nepenthe in the sixties and seventies and ran a café on the grounds. Her story is one of the culture of Big Sur's artistic community, of the famous visitors to the estate and of family recipes . Filled with anecdotes of the famous and ordinary, and coupled with an outstanding selection of color and black and white photographs de My Nepenthe by Romney Steele is an ode to food, family and Big Sur. Steele, the granddaughter of founders Bill and Lolly Fassett, grew up amid the bohemian atmosphere of Nepenthe in the sixties and seventies and ran a café on the grounds. Her story is one of the culture of Big Sur's artistic community, of the famous visitors to the estate and of family recipes . Filled with anecdotes of the famous and ordinary, and coupled with an outstanding selection of color and black and white photographs depicting the restaurant's history, along with mouth-watering recipes, this book is a treasure. Pretty enough for a coffee table, it captivates with a personal history of the famous Fassett family from its founding to the present day. I tried the famous Ambrosia burger, just one of Lolly's simple yet delicious creations. (The secret is the sauce!) I learned that several drinks my parents spoke of were the creation of Nepenthe's fabulous restaurant and bar-Ramos Fizz, to name one. Romney tells not only about the early history of Big Sur and the Fassett family, but also about the Bohemian counterculture of the sixties. There is a chapter devoted to the making of the film The Sandpiper, which starred Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, along with a recipe for Burton's favorite, calorie-laden Passion cookies. I think the things I enjoyed most about this book were memories of my own Bay Area childhood with glimpses into details I had never studied. Not all Romney's reminisces are happy-Bill Fassett left Lolly and fathered a daughter by another woman; Lolly died of cancer; Romney herself divorced (only the fact of her marriage and that she now lives with her two children is detailed in her book)-but they bring to life one of the enduring institutions that is Big Sur, and the author shows that a family tradition lives on today at Nepenthe. Highly recommended.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Debby

    I love this cookbook! Truthfully, I am biased, since I live 45 minutes away from Nepenthe's. I've been coming to this beautiful place for over 30 years. I have many, many fond memories of Nepenthe's. Last weekend, my husband and I drove to Big Sur because I was craving their Ambrosia Burger. I finally looked at a copy of the cookbook and hesitated buying it. After stopping at my local Border's store, I found a copy and perused it. I knew I had to own it! I finally ordered my own copy from Amazon I love this cookbook! Truthfully, I am biased, since I live 45 minutes away from Nepenthe's. I've been coming to this beautiful place for over 30 years. I have many, many fond memories of Nepenthe's. Last weekend, my husband and I drove to Big Sur because I was craving their Ambrosia Burger. I finally looked at a copy of the cookbook and hesitated buying it. After stopping at my local Border's store, I found a copy and perused it. I knew I had to own it! I finally ordered my own copy from Amazon and one as a gift for a friend. This cookbook is half book and half recipes. The recipes are exactly the kind of cooking that I enjoy-- organic, sustainable, fresh and pretty easy. I so look forward to making many of the recipes I've enjoyed, over the yers-- of course, the Ambrosia Burger. I want to make the Bohemian Wedding Cake (a spicy carrot cake), and the two bean salad. I have a long list of recipes I can't wait to try! The photographs are stunning, as is the food styling. I'm a food blogger, because I am highly visual. Every photograph has been done so artfully...so simply. Big Sur, to me, is one of the most beautiful coasts in the world. I'm so thankful that I live here. This is both a coffee table book and an excellent cook. The photographer, Sara Richardson, also shot the photos for the Big Sur Bakery Cookbook-- which is equally stunning.

  12. 4 out of 5

    bookinglibrarian

    The back deck at Nepenthe may be my favorite place in the world--for the view, the vibe and the overall loveliness of the place. On our almost yearly trips to Big Sur, we always have at least one dinner there. So we were excited to spot this new title at the bookstore, butI'm sorry to say that this beautiful looking book was rather a disappointment to read. It had lots of nice photographs and it was fun to look up people we knew in the index, but the text was vague, episodic, and oorly edited, w The back deck at Nepenthe may be my favorite place in the world--for the view, the vibe and the overall loveliness of the place. On our almost yearly trips to Big Sur, we always have at least one dinner there. So we were excited to spot this new title at the bookstore, butI'm sorry to say that this beautiful looking book was rather a disappointment to read. It had lots of nice photographs and it was fun to look up people we knew in the index, but the text was vague, episodic, and oorly edited, with lots of meaningless repetition. The recipes (including many Nepenthe classic) were enticing, but the story itself was ultimately unsatisfying.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Helen

    This cookbook came recommended by 101 Cookbooks blogger Heidi Swanson. Being very near the source while I was in California I thought I would easily find a copy. Wrong. Everwhere I went they had sold out all they had. I finally found the last copy at a small shop and was thrilled to get it. Beyond the recipes (none of which I have tried yet) the story of this place and the gorgeous pictures are well worth adding this to your cooking library. If you want to see more about this book I would go to 1 This cookbook came recommended by 101 Cookbooks blogger Heidi Swanson. Being very near the source while I was in California I thought I would easily find a copy. Wrong. Everwhere I went they had sold out all they had. I finally found the last copy at a small shop and was thrilled to get it. Beyond the recipes (none of which I have tried yet) the story of this place and the gorgeous pictures are well worth adding this to your cooking library. If you want to see more about this book I would go to 101 Cookbooks site and read her review. Heidi also issues lists of her favorite cookbooks and why.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Julie0208

    The reviewers who've been to Nepenthe have given this book 4 or 5 stars. I've never been there, so who am I to argue that the book captures the spirit of the restaurant? The pictures and design of the book are lovely (although some of the cursive print is hard to read), and the recipes sound pretty tasty. The author paints Nepenthe as a sort of paradise, and she seems apologetic about the changes that the second and third generation owners have made. A good companion to this book is the Henry Mi The reviewers who've been to Nepenthe have given this book 4 or 5 stars. I've never been there, so who am I to argue that the book captures the spirit of the restaurant? The pictures and design of the book are lovely (although some of the cursive print is hard to read), and the recipes sound pretty tasty. The author paints Nepenthe as a sort of paradise, and she seems apologetic about the changes that the second and third generation owners have made. A good companion to this book is the Henry Miller classic, "Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymous Bosch."

  15. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    This is a fantastic cook book for so many reasons. I love how the author merges food and story with her vision of family life and the past. When i was first given this book... i was excited to see how the restaurant of my childhood and memories merged with the author's. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that there was much I didn't know about Nepenthe. I loved the stories... and i can't wait to try some of the recipes! This is a fantastic cook book for so many reasons. I love how the author merges food and story with her vision of family life and the past. When i was first given this book... i was excited to see how the restaurant of my childhood and memories merged with the author's. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that there was much I didn't know about Nepenthe. I loved the stories... and i can't wait to try some of the recipes!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Peggy

    Big Sur draws me into its quirky West Coast, isolated charm, and Nepenthe, with its fascinating history, is pretty much the center of the Big Sur World. This book is a book of love written by a woman who was fortunate enough to spend her childhood in residence at Nepenthe, when her grandmother owned and ran the place. There are some good recipes scattered throughout, but mostly, it's just a lovely paean to a Different World from the one we live in today. Relax, and enjoy the ride! Big Sur draws me into its quirky West Coast, isolated charm, and Nepenthe, with its fascinating history, is pretty much the center of the Big Sur World. This book is a book of love written by a woman who was fortunate enough to spend her childhood in residence at Nepenthe, when her grandmother owned and ran the place. There are some good recipes scattered throughout, but mostly, it's just a lovely paean to a Different World from the one we live in today. Relax, and enjoy the ride!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Miller

    It's a beautiful book, but if you're looking for recipes, you won't find them here. The author does warn that the beauty of Nepenthe was in the setting, not necessarily the plain, hearty American food. The title tells it all--My Nepenthe is really a love song to her family (particularly her grandmother), the place, and the time. It's a beautiful book, but if you're looking for recipes, you won't find them here. The author does warn that the beauty of Nepenthe was in the setting, not necessarily the plain, hearty American food. The title tells it all--My Nepenthe is really a love song to her family (particularly her grandmother), the place, and the time.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Lucero Nick

    I was lucky enough to visit Nepenthe this summer and what a beautiful place it is. It was on my list of places to go for many years and while I was there I bought this book which is the family history and the recipes from Nepenthe. I enjoyed learning about this family and I am really looking forward to trying some of the recipes.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Maria Finn

    I keep this book on my coffee table and flip through it from time to time. It has beautiful pictures and good, simple recipes. The stories of growing up in Big Sur seem good, but I haven't really dove in yet. I keep this book on my coffee table and flip through it from time to time. It has beautiful pictures and good, simple recipes. The stories of growing up in Big Sur seem good, but I haven't really dove in yet.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne Elizabeth Anderson

    Loved this beautiful book, the nostalgic photos, and wonderful recipes!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    living only 2 hours from this restaurant means i've been there many times in my life and have many, many happy memories associated with it. I can't wait to read this book and try the recipes!!!! living only 2 hours from this restaurant means i've been there many times in my life and have many, many happy memories associated with it. I can't wait to read this book and try the recipes!!!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kathy Peveler

    The recipe for carrot cake is wonderful and chili custard with salsa fresca is to die for.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Mnr_t

    beautiful photographs.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    Had to return to library before I finished. Will borrow it again later.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    This book isn't all you want to know about this wonderful family and place but it does the job of taking you there whether you have visited or not. This book isn't all you want to know about this wonderful family and place but it does the job of taking you there whether you have visited or not.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Luisa Nims

    Fun and visually engaging memoir of growing up with grandparents that owned the Nepenthe restaurant in Big Sur. If you haven't eaten there you should go! The menu is simple and views the best. Fun and visually engaging memoir of growing up with grandparents that owned the Nepenthe restaurant in Big Sur. If you haven't eaten there you should go! The menu is simple and views the best.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea

    I just flipped through the recipes and copied down some of my faves. Didn't read the text. Would make a wonderful XMAS gift for someone...ME? Hint hint! I just flipped through the recipes and copied down some of my faves. Didn't read the text. Would make a wonderful XMAS gift for someone...ME? Hint hint!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Stephenie

    Loved this book and all of its beautiful pictures, great stories, and delicious recipes. Loved my visit to Nepenthe too and can't wait to return. Loved this book and all of its beautiful pictures, great stories, and delicious recipes. Loved my visit to Nepenthe too and can't wait to return.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Randy Delucchi

  30. 5 out of 5

    Amy

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