Readings

Some of my fave culinary readings, in no particular order:

  • The Silver Spoon
  • A Geometry of Pasta, Caz Hildebrand & Jacob Kenedy
  • Pulse, Jenny Chandler
  • Eat, Nigel Slater
  • Leith’s Cookery Bible, Pure Letih & Caroline Waldegrave
  • River Cottage Veg everyday!, Hugh Fernley Whittingstall
  • A Girl Called Jack, Jack Monroe
  • How to Bake, Paul Hollywood
  • La Cucina Italiana, Accademia Italiana della Cucina
  • La Scienza in cucina e l’Arte di mangiar bene, Pelligrino Artusi
  • Nurture, Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery, 2003
  • Felicity Cloake’s ‘How to make the perfect…’, guardian.com
  • Irish Food Bloggers Association
  • marmiton.org
  • World Vegetarian, Madhur Jaffery
  • Garlic, Mint & Sweet Basil, Jean-Claude Izzo
  • Will Write for Food, Diane Jacob
  • The Inspired Vegan, Bryant Terry
  • Plenty, Yotam Ottolenghi
  • Appetite for Reduction, Isa Chandra Moskowitz
  • Rose Elliot’s New Complete Vegetarian
  • The Essentials of Italian Cooking, Marcella Hazan
  • Made in Sicily, Giorgio Locatelli
  • The Trifle Bowl and Other Tales, Lindsay Bareham
  • Cooked, Michael Pollan

5 thoughts on “Readings

  1. What a wonderful list of books! I am part way through Michael Pollan’s Cooked, which is partly prompted my kitchen renaissance (that, and having older children who are finally taking an interest in good food.)

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