Thanks to members who read and reviewed books in May. Members could choose any book from the Penguin “Great Food” series. Please have a look at the reviews.
Our June book is Gulp!: Adventures on the Alimetary Canal by Mary Roach. Members should post their reviews in the last week of June, preferably on the last day of the month. Come back here on July 1 for a round-up.
New members are always welcome. Find out more about us.
It is our pleasure to add two new members to the group in May.
First, please meet Melissa from Adventures in Culinary. Melissa has recently moved to Brazil and her fledgling blog tells about her eating, traveling, and living adventures. Please head over to her blog to say hello.
Secondly, we want to greet Emily from Highly Social Media. Emily lives in Philadephia, USA, and teaches journalism and writing. Her blog centers on food and her business working with food-related companies. Please drop by her blog to welcome her.
Thanks to members who read and wrote about Toast: A Story of a Boy’s Hunger by Nigel Slater, which was April’s book. Please have a look at the reviews.
Our May selection is a free choice for members from the Penguin Great Food series. Read any of the books (or several!) and write about it on your blog by the last day of May. Please include a link to the Kitchen Reader. Come back here on 1 June for a round-up of our reviews.
Our March selection was Spice: A History of Temptation by Jack Turner, chosen by Suzy of sudden lunch! Thanks to members who reviewed it.
If you didn’t have a chance to read this month, why not have a look at the reviews? And check out our upcoming books to make sure you can participate. Our April book is Toast: The Story of a Boy’s Hunger by the acclaimed British cook, Nigel Slater. Please post your review in the last week or on the last day of April. Come back here on 1 May for a round-up of our reviews.
Thank you to members who read and posted about our February book, The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry by Kathleen Flinn. Please visit them and see what your fellow members thought of the book.
Our March book is Spice: The History of Temptation by Jack Turner (chosen by Suzy of sudden lunch!). Please post your review on the last day or week of March. I look forward to seeing your reviews!
We are delighted to welcome Jeanette to our group. She blogs over at Can I Have It Like That? Her approachable style includes an open letter that starts, “Dear Ben or Jerry”. She lives in New York. Please head over to her blog to say hello.
New members are always welcome – email Sarah at kitchenreader.blog at gmail dot com. Or find out more about us.
Thanks to members who read and reviewed My Berlin Kitchen by Luisa Weiss, our January book. Please have a look at the posts.
Our February book is The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry: Love, Laughter and Tears at the World’s Most Famous Cooking School by Kathleen Flinn. Please post your reviews during the last week of February and link back to this page. We look forward to seeing your posts!
The book list has been updated for the next several months and includes a book about the history of spices and the memoir of a famous British cook, Nigel Slater. Have a look; I hope you can participate.