01 October 2008

Challenge: Books about Food

I'm joining a book challenge hosted by Historia (read about it here). The challenge is to read five books about food over the next six months. I've provided an alphabetical list of the books I've decided to read for this challenge. Of course, I may change my mind if something else comes to my attention before March 31, when this challenge ends. I'll review each book here, and I'll also write at Historia's blog.

  1. The Apprentice, by Jacques Pepin
  2. Heat, by Bill Buford
  3. A History of the World in 6 Glasses, by Tom Standage
  4. The House of Mondavi: The Rise and Fall of an American Wine Dynasty, by Julia Flynn Siler
  5. Salt, by Mark Kurlansky
I have to confess that it was challenge to find five food-related books that I haven't read! This is one of my favorite genres. I think I have a good group here, and I'm hoping that I'll add to my TBR pile when I see what others reading.

I have a sister post to this one on Historia's blog (here).


Natalie MacLean 10/2/08, 6:32 PM  

Great blog! I’d love to hear your suggestions for wine and food pairings for my online matching tool:




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