Okay, okay - summer's over (although, not officially yet for a couple more weeks!) and it's time to start thinking about cold weather eating. For me, that also means it's time for reading about food. I've been chipping away at my stash of foodie books the past few years without picking up a whole lot of new ones so my choices at this point are somewhat limited. I still have on hand to choose from:
Harvest by Richard Horan
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver
Extra Virgin by Annie Hawes
So, all nonfiction. I'm thinking I need to mix in something fun. Maybe a graphic novel - perhaps something by Lucy Knisley? What do you fun, foodie book would you recommend?