5 Must-Read Food Books for Summer
With food on the brain and recipe books falling short of a good beach read, Chow Bella has put together a list of our top 5 picks for summer food reading.
Savor them in small bites or gorge yourself on all five because these summer reads are guilt-free foodie non-fiction.
-Graphic Novelist Lucy Knisley Talks about Family, Recipes, and Illustrating Some of Her Favorite Food Memories
-Laurie Notaro's Dish of Death
-The Photography of Modernist Cuisine, Coming This Fall
The Drunken Botanist by Amy Stewart
With the rise of urban micro-framers and drink mixologists, best-selling author Amy Stewart hits the mark as she focuses on the long seeded connection between plants and alcohol.
This hybrid guide to horticulture and cocktails discusses everything from chemistry and etymology to drink recipes and gardening tips.
Cooked by Michael Pollan
Come on, it's Michael Pollan. The best-selling author of The Omnivore's Dilemma, The Botany of Desire, In Defense of Food, and Second Nature returns with an in-depth look at the four elements - earth, fire, water, air - in the kitchen.
"A natural history of transformation," this book, like Pollan's others, will no doubt change the way we look at food.