I’m just wrapping up reading Salt Sugar and Fat, and I’ll be writing my review of it in the next week or so. In a couple days, I’ll be starting in on the next book on my list, which is The American Way of Eating.
Salt, Sugar, Fat – These 3 elements dictate our desires in ways we can’t even imagine. In Michael Moss’ book of the same name, he goes into the pull of these elements one by one, and delves into the secrets hidden within the food industry.
It’s hard to know where to start when talking about a book like Cooked, a work that encompasses so many different topics and took me almost a year to read from start to finish. Don’t get me wrong, it was the opposite of boring or cumbersome, but there were so many plans I had laid […]
Growing up, my mom never allowed me to try something just once. Every food I didn’t like as a kid was something she’d make me try again almost every time she made it, in the off-chance that I would develop a taste for it and change my mind on it that very night. Some things […]
If you haven’t already, read my takeaways from Part I and Part II of Michael Pollan’s book, In Defense of Food. And buy it already.
I was always a hardcore reader, the kind that would carry stacks of books out of the library as a kid. I wanted to add a section for books on this blog, because I think reading is an important way we can inexpensively expand our horizons and learn more about the world around us. Also, […]