2011 – What Have You Read?

Challenge Participants: As you read a book which qualifies for this challenge, please record it on the page that matches the type of book you read.

There is a page for each of four categories of foodie books. See the page tabs above or click on the categories below.

Cookbooks are defined as books that are primarily collections of recipes.

Fiction for this challenge is any novel in which food is a major part of the story.

Memoirs, Biographie Etc. For this part of the challenge a book qualifies if it is focused around food and is in the form of a memoir, a biography, an autobiography, or a personal essay or narrative.

Non-Fiction is any book focused on a particular food or food in general. It may also be a book about a method of food preparation or about the food industry or a diet guide or whatever. Use your own judgement here

Record the book you read in the comment section on that particular page with your name and the title of the book. Bloggers leave a link to your review. Non-bloggers, leave a short synopsis and/or  your thoughts.

I will consolidate all the books we read, by category, on each page. By the end of the year we’ll have a wonderful list of good food books.

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3 Responses to 2011 – What Have You Read?

  1. Kate says:

    Fantastic! I’m in the process of reviewing a cookbook (want to cook a few more out of it first…) I’m looking forward to reading other reviews.

  2. Louise says:

    I’ve been browsing through, and cooking from Nigella Lawson’s latest book Kitchen

    http://adventuresinalowgiworld.blogspot.com/2011/01/almost-nigella-lawsons-peanut-butter.html

    and rediscovering an old friend with Jill Dupleix’s Simple Food
    http://adventuresinalowgiworld.blogspot.com/2011/01/sesame-snow-pea-salad.html

  3. Uniflame says:

    Hello,

    I just noticed that I am not in the list of participants yet. I would love to be included 🙂 Thanks!

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