“One hundred years ago, the term low-fat didn’t exist. The fats used in a typical…home were animal based, namely lard, butter, and a bit of duck fat”.
If I had to find a book which most closely summed up my food ethos, Raw Food French Style would be it. Much like the food featured within, I haven’t read a book this fresh in a very long time.
Brewing Britain is a surprisingly good book. I say that because I didn’t expect a book on such a limited field to be so hard to put down – I’ve read similar books on wine and found them to be a great cure for insomnia, so really didn’t expect to be so drawn in.
Be Your Own Nutritionist is a healthy food book that starts out by debunking everything you thought you knew about healthy eating.
The Diner’s Dictionary reads like a mini version of Larousse Gastronomique; lot’s of very interesting facts about the origins of food, only in a format that I can hold.
Feeding Orchids to The Slugs is the best book you’ll not think you’ll want to read in 2013.
Read on to find out why!
I’ve been a massive fan of Nigella for a long time. I know that doesn’t set me apart from the other (well deserved) millions of…
“A Slice of Cherry Pie: food, friends, life” is Julia’s first cookbook, but for those of us that have been following her blog she’s been writing about food for years.