Tuesday, February 07, 2006POTATO CHIPS & FOOD BOOKS
I hate to admit it, but it's not even 10.30 in the morning and I'm already craving the sour cream & onion chips that I packed for my lunch today (I've already eaten most of the bag). It puts me in the mind of food & recipes, and since I'm sitting in a library, I immediately think of books. Now, regular recipe books begin in the nonfiction with the call number 641.5xx; there are also recipes frequently included in books about different countries. However, there are even recipes and food talk in fiction books! Here are a few:
Flavor of the Week by Tucker Shaw
My Cup Runneth Over by Cherry Whytock
Girls Dinner Club by Jessie Elliot
If you want more, maybe a mystery in the adult section or a picture book from the children's section, here are more of the great fiction books that feature food!
And just a reminder (that I can't believe I'm making) -- please don't rip up our magazines! Thanks!
~emily - 10:18 AM~
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