...like much of what goes before it, it proves hard to sustain her extreme subject. After a while everything tastes the same—just like chicken.
The book is filled with surprising facts about the drink.
With anecdotes, history and recipes, the author delivers a lively, precisely detailed cultural chronicle.
...Paterniti’s zestful storytelling carries us along on a delightful journey through a village rich with the traditions of food and family.
It makes you wish that the world's cultures could mingle more freely, making peace by breaking bread. For now, though, this book stands as a tantalizing glimpse of what might be.
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.
Anyone who...has been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis...will be as startled as I was to read these pages. Pollan's prophetic track record makes it possible that you will be hearing a lot more about this soon.
Maeve Binchy once again created fully realized characters in quick, short strokes.
A new book by Martha Stewart is always cause for celebration. Typically, they’re filled with innovative recipes, creative suggestions, and gorgeous color photography. Her latest publication...does not disappoint.
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.
Consider the Fork is simply chockfull of revelations that any cooking enthusiast will eat up with a spoon.
An engrossing biography of a woman worthy of iconic status.
Marcus Samuelsson’s “Yes, Chef” comes as a welcome breath of fresh air. Not only is it an old-school culinary memoir, but it’s also one of the best around.
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.
“Sweet Tooth” is sort of a younger sibling to “Atonement,” less epic and grave, with lower stakes...
Cooking from it is like reading a writer with an enormous vocabulary: challenging at times, but also palpably mind-expanding.
Many chapters end with a summary of key points or helpful gardening tips, making it a good read for young adults as well. What Allen does with a small plot of land and a lot of determination is nothing short of inspiring.