The Language of Food by Dan Jurafsky

This is a book review of The Language of Food: A Linguist Reads the Menu by Dan Jurafsky. Stars: ***** W.W. Norton & Company (2014) Cooking/Food Writing 2015 James Beard Award Finalist I received a copy of this book for review purposes. This post contains affiliate links. Summary: Why do we eat toast for breakfast,… Read More »

Dark Side of the Spoon: The Rock Cookbook

This is a review of Dark Side of the Spoon: The Rock Cookbook by Inniss, Miller & Stadden. Stars: **** Laurence King Publishing (2017) Cookbook Summary: This book features 30 recipes inspired by some of the greatest rock artists of today and yesteryear. Each dish is supported by an exclusively commissioned artwork from one of… Read More »

Let’s Cook Series: Family Cookbooks

Let’s Cook! is a series of cookbooks for families that is bilingual. Let’s Cook Italian for example has English on the left and Italian on the right. Let’s Cook French has English on the left and French on the right. Let’s Cook Spanish will be out in March. The books are hard covered and very… Read More »

Easy Everyday Slow Cooker Recipes by Donna-Marie Pye

I received a copy of Easy Everyday Slow Cooker Recipes from the publisher to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own. Stars: **** Robert Rose (August 2014) Cooking 352 pages I love using my slow cooker. When I know it will be a busy time during dinner I prepare ahead and get a meal… Read More »

The Complete Migraine Health, Diet Guide & Cookbook

The Complete Migraine Health, Diet Guide & Cookbook: Practical Solutions for Managing Migraines and Headache Pain +150 recipes by Susan Hannah with Dr. Lawrence Leung and Elizabeth Dares-Dobbie Stars: ★★★★★ Summary: A collection of research, medical experience and first-hand experience this is a resource for anyone suffering or who thinks they might be suffering from… Read More »

Six Sisters’ Stuff: Family Recipes, Fun Crafts, And So Much More

Stars: ★★★★☆ Shadow Mountain (Mar 2013) 200 pages Recipes/Handicraft Summary: In their debut cookbook, the sisters show families just how simple putting dinner on the table can be. Six Sisters Stuff has nearly 100 easy to follow recipes that use ingredients commonly found in your pantry. Each recipe includes easy-to-follow instructions and photographs that eliminate… Read More »

Made in Italy Cookbook by David Rocco

Stars: ★★★★☆ Summary: David Rocco’s Italian adventures continue with Made n Italy, a sumptuous collection of over 140 recipes for mouth-watering pastas, pizzas, soups, drinks and much more. Rustic, simple dishes, such as Caponata Napoletana, Spaghetti alla Carbonara and Bistecca Fiorentina cover the entire culinary geography of Italy, deliciously. Gorgeously illustrated, this sensuous cookbook offers… Read More »