Goodyear’s exploration of this engrossing and morally complex topic provides a solid footing for hearty conversations.
The book is filled with surprising facts about the drink.
This poignant memoir is an education in the richness of eastern European cuisine, and the story of Soviet communism, through the lens of family experience.
In the end, the heart of “The Telling Room” is the act of telling...but telling that same story constricts Paterniti, who shies away from questioning a narrative that he loves but suspects is flawed.
...appalled or pleasantly surprised by strange ingredients; and, from yurt to hovel, delighted by the local hospitality. Lin-Liu’s journey is a bold palate-awakening adventure, endearingly rendered.
Smoke and Pickles delivers a sriracha-splashed path of finding your way in the world through passion, hard work and food that tastes like home.
A delightful chronicle of the education of a cook who steps back frequently to extol the scientific and philosophical basis of this deeply satisfying human activity.
Maeve Binchy once again created fully realized characters in quick, short strokes.
If you are cooking for a meat-loving person, don't shy away from this book. It is easy enough to turn these vegetarian dishes into a meal that pleases all.
Once again Garten’s culinary wizardry will inspire, delight, and empower readers to entertain in true Barefoot Contessa style.
This fearless home cook’s humorous anecdotes and delectable photos make for a food blog–gone–book that translates beautifully into any kitchen.
...the argument is clear and persuasive. Changes in food technology change what can be prepared as a meal, thus changing what is habitually eaten...
An engrossing biography of a woman worthy of iconic status.
Samuelsson strikes a skillful balance between the personal and the professional—recommended for those interested in pursuing a career as a chef or those curious about the secrets behind high-end dining.
With almost every turn of a page, there’s a flash of recognition. “I didn’t know you could eat that!” you find yourself saying.
Uneven, but patient readers will be rewarded with lessons about persistence and the joy of running.
Going deeper than the superficial stock stories ...Abdelnour merges evocative descriptions of place and historical context with meditations on the current state of affairs in Lebanon.
The book is soon overwhelmed by its own narrative ruse, which, revealed in the final pages, is clever but not meaningful.
Each recipe offers a peek into Cindy's culinary expertise and travels around the globe.
"The Good Food Revolution" is inspiring not only because of Allen's own story but because of those of the people around him — his parents and siblings, wife and children.