Saturday, February 10, 2007

The Harrison Method

Will Blythe gives Jim Harrison’s method for mending a broken heart.

In a 1971 “false memoir” called “Wolf,” written while Harrison was convalescing from a fall off a cliff, he suggested curing heartbreak by broiling a two- to three-pound porterhouse, eating it with your hands, followed by a hot bath in which you consume the best bourbon you can buy until the bottle is empty. Then sleep for a day. Ladies and gentlemen, this works.

If my heart is ever broken again, I will try it.


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