In the mood to sink your teeth into some good reads? Here are a few enjoyable reads I’ve been wanting to chat about.
*9 James Beard Award Winning Stories and Why They Won Food writing at it’s finest.
*A No Frills Kitchen Still Cooks — Mark Bittman shows you how to outfit a kitchen for under $300.
*Why do recipe writers lie about how long it takes to caramelize onions? Oh this was so hysterically true!
*Salads I want to Eat – I made a new pinterest board for salads and salad dressing and it is now all I want to eat.
Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly by Anthony Bourdain
I am interested in reading about almost ANY underbelly I’ll have you know, but this was just such an entertaining read. I actually listened to the audio book, narrated by the author, which made it even more fun. It’s a little raunchy, a little informative, and A LOT of exciting entertainment. I’ve recommended this book a number of times here, but I just can’t stop.
The United States of Arugula: How We Became A Gourmet Nation by David Kamp
Kamp wrote for Vanity Fair and this entire book reads like a long and juicy magazine article. Tons of information on the who, what and why of the culinary world. I’d recommend it for no other reason than it is a great pre-requisite to watching Top Chef.
A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes From My Kitchen Table by Molly Wizenberg
I’ve mentioned this book so many times on this website that I probably sound like a broken record, but I don’t care. I really think it’s that enjoyable. Good Food Stories. That’s it. Simple, eloquent and enjoyable.
*Pantry Confidential — Full of interesting interviews with people who like food. Do you like blogs? Do you like Food? This is blog about people who like food — What’s not to like?
*The Cuisinerd — This website is such a fun combination of food and design. The recipes are always inspiring and the posts are fun to look at!
So tell me, what are some your favorite foodie reads?
*Interesting links you’ve come across lately?