Category: on the bookshelf
First Bite. How we learn to eat.
Do you remember your first bite? Probably not. But the echo of that flavour stayed with you until today. Bee Wilson, in her book “First Bite. How we learn to eat” takes the reader on a journey through the human relationship with food.
Pie. A Global History.
Did you know that ‘once upon a time, everything baked in an oven that was not bread, was pie’? 'Pie. A Global History' by Janet Clarkson recommends itself for a read.
Cod. A biography of the fish that changed the world.
How much is there to know about cod? Quite a lot, it turns out. Cod by Mark Kurlansky recommends itself for a read.
A permission to be unruly.
Not many books can keep you up all night. This one will. Anthony Bourdain's "Kitchen Confidential. Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly". Enjoy the ride.
Shinrin-yoku, the Art and Science of Forest Bathing.
Don't know about you, but I felt compelled to run to the forest the moment I finished reading this book. Ready to invite nature into your life?