Our members enjoyed reading Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Food Critic by Ruth Reichl this month. It was chosen by Marian of Spelt for Choice. Here is a list of the reviews. Please visit and comment on each other’s posts.
Our September book is Girl Hunter by Georgia Pellegrini, chosen by Julie of Savvy Eats. Please post your reviews in the last week of September, preferably on the last day of the month. Include a link to the Kitchen Reader homepage and to Julie’s blog. We look forward to seeing your book reviews.
New members are always welcome to join us. Find out more here.
Thank you to members who wrote about July’s book, the novel Blessed are the Cheesemakers by Sarah-Kate Lynch, chosen by Victoria of Mommy Marginalia. Please have a look at the reviews.
August’s book is Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Food Critic by Ruth Reichl, chosen by Marian of Spelt for Choice. Please post your review on the last day (or week) of August and head back over here for a round-up on September 1. Please also link to The Kitchen Reader homepage and Marian’s blog. We look forward to reading your review!
Thanks to everyone who read our June book, Smart Chefs Stay Slim: Lessons in Eating and Living from America’s Best Chefs by Allison Adato, chosen by Aileen of 300 Threads. Here is a list of our reviews. Please visit each other’s posts to see what everyone thought.
Our July book is Blessed are the Cheesemakers by Sarah-Kate Lynch (chosen by Victoria of Mommy Marginalia). This is now the second July that we have chosen a novel to read. Enjoy! Please post your reviews during the last week of July (and on the last day, if possible). Include a link to the Kitchen Reader and Victoria’s blog. Come back here on 1 August for a round-up of our posts.
New Kitchen Reader members are always welcome. Please have a look at our About Our Group page to learn more.
We are thrilled to welcome Lyndsay and Iris to the Kitchen Reader.
Lyndsay from Done with Corn discovered she had an allergy to corn in 2009 and has since made everything she eats. This dedication to home cooking has led to a blog full of ideas for avoiding allergens and eating well. She also reviews corn-free food products.
Living in New York City, Iris writes the blog Eating Clean in the Dirty City. She enjoys writing about asparagus, miso, dessert, and is an avid recipe-renovator. She is growing a vegetable garden on her balcony.
Please click over to visit Iris and Lyndsay and welcome them to our group. New members are always welcome!
Thank you to our Kitchen Reader members who read and wrote reviews of The Art of Eating by MFK Fisher, chosen by Carolyn of FoodNURD. Here are links to your posts.
June’s Kitchen Reader book is Smart Chefs Stay Slim: Lessons in Eating and Living from America’s Best Chefs by Allison Adato, chosen by Aileen of 300 Threads. Please post your review on the last day of June, if possible. Remember to link back to this page and to Aileen’s blog. I look forward to seeing your posts and you can expect a round-up here on 1 July.
New members can email me (Sarah) to get started! It’s a great time to join the Kitchen Reader. Check out our book list for the summer.
We will be hosting two video hangouts to discuss the May book, The Art of Eating by MFK Fisher.
Hangout #1 (evening for Asia and Australia, morning for Europe): Thursday, May 31 at 21:00 in Sydney, 11:00 GMT (check your local time here), facilitated by me, Sarah
Hangout #2 (evening for North America): Thursday, May 31 at 21:00 EDT, 20:00 CDT, 19:00 MDT, 18:00 PDT (check your local time here), facilitated by Jen
Read all about our video hangouts on the FAQ page! Remember that you need to email me (kitchenreader dot blog at gmail dot com) if you want to take part in the hangout. Then you will get an email with a private link as the hangout begins. Jen and I are looking forward to seeing you all.
Thanks to all our members to read and wrote reviews of our April book, Dinner Roles: American Women and Culinary Culture by Sherrie A Inness, chosen by Liz of enter with love into darkness. Here is a list of our posts:
Our May book is The Art of Eating by MFK Fisher (chosen by Carolyn of FoodNURD). Please post your reviews on the last day (or week) of May and link back to the Kitchen Reader and Carolyn’s blog in your review. Come back here on 1 June for a round-up of the reviews.
New members can email us at kitchenreader dot blog at gmail dot com to join the fun!