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Just added #1 and #3 to my library list!


Thanks for this! I'm bookmarking for future reference. Think I might start with "What to Eat." I've become obsessed lately with learning everything I can about nutrition, as nerdy as that sounds :)


I have got to get my hands on some of these! I love hearing other people talk about food!


Rigel: Do start with that book! You can skip around in it all you like because each chapter is like its own little book.
Plus she always backs up her facts with studies, who funded the studies, and any studies that present conflicting findings. Its so refreshing to read in a world where every magazine grabs whatever finding a study has (regardless of how weak the findings are or who funded the study) and produces articles about "miracle foods" or how people who eat (insert food here) are going to live forever!


Thanks for the tips! Think I'll give Shark's Fin and Sichuan Pepper a go - sounds very interesting. Can you read it on an empty stomach though?

Becs@Lay the table

Must get Fuschia's book! Never even heard of it (call myself a foodie!) I did read Ruth Reichl's Tender at the bone this year and it was truly an inspirational book! Toast was adapted for TV over here and showed last Christmas - was pretty good as Helena Bonham Carter played the stepmum and had an amazing brummy accent. My bf, originally hailing from Birmingham, then started dropping back into that accent (quite scary).


Becs: Nigel is much more popular in England than he is here. I wish we had the book on tv here, I'd watch it!

Keely: There are a few gruesome parts about rabbits and maybe one about a picture of a dog. Other than that the book leaves you more hungry than horrified.

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Ugg Outlet

I sat there wide-eyed with my jaw on the ground not being able to tear myself away to try and get ready for work. I couldn't even fathom what was happening or why. All I knew was that a plane flew into the tower. I didn't know details.

Herve Leger

Very cool idea. I think I will have to try this one. I just love the "It's the Little Things" line. Thanks!

Ally @ A Girl and Her Fork

I loved Kitchen Confidential. I originally was introduced to it while working in a restaurant. So spot on!

If you get a chance read Ruth Reichl's first 3 books- Comfort Me with apples, Tender to the Bone, and Garlic & Sapphires...she's a wonderful writer. Her latest book though, isn't quite as good.

josephine wangutusi

Thanks for this. I love eating and reading cooking books to experiment at home.

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