In December, our members have a free choice to review any food-related book. Thanks very much to Suzy of sudden lunch! who reviewed The Perfect Egg by Aldo Buzzi. It seems that the rest of our members, myself (Sarah) included, didn’t make time for book reviewing. I hope everyone had a lovely holiday!
Our January book is My Berlin Kitchen by Luisa Weiss, which was listed in Serious Eats best non-cookbook food books of 2012. It was wrtiten by a food blogger who is half Italian but raised in Berlin. I hope this is a book that can get our group restarted as our reviews have become a bit sparse in recent months. It will be wonderful to be participating in our friendly group again!
Please publish your review in the last week of January, and on the last day of January if possible. Link back to the Kitchen Reader homepage, and come back on February 1 for a round-up of our reviews.
I am looking for suggestions for our upcoming reads. Please let me know if you recieved a food book for Christmas that you think we would like!
Our November book was The Man Who Ate Everything by Jeffrey Steingarten, chosen by Iris of Eating Clean in the Dirty City. Here is a list of our reviews:
In December, Kitchen Reader members have a book review free choice. Please write a review of any food book and post it in the last week of December, preferably on the last day of the month. Check back here for a round-up on the first of January.
Thank you to everyone who has participated in the Kitchen Reader this year! New members are always welcome. Find out more about the group here and email Sarah to join in.
Please welcome Sarah from the blog Daisy at Home to our friendly bloggers’ group. She is a former picky eater, now an adventurous cook, baker, and food blogger. She is recent graduate of culinary school and lives in California. Please pop over to her blog to say hello.
We are also keen to say welcome to Julie from Domestic Executive. She is a Brit who has been transplanted to New Zealand with her husband. She keeps a rooster, some hens, and tends a large kitchen garden. Please greet her.
Sarah’s and Julie’s blogs have been added to the Kitchen Reader RSS feed bundle. You can keep up-to-date with all the KR members using this one handy bundle! Try it out.
Thank you to members who read October’s book, An Everlasting Meal by Tamar Adler, chosen by Sarah of Simply Cooked. Here is a list of our reviews. Please visit them and see what others thought of the book.
November’s book is The Man Who Ate Everything by Jeffrey Steingarten, chosen by Iris of Eating Clean in the Dirty City. Please publish your review on the last day of November, if possible, or during the last week. You should also link back to the Kitchen Reader and to Iris’s blog. We look forward to seeing your reviews.
New members are always welcome to join us. Find out more!
Please welcome Sunny to our group, who writes the blog Polyvoracious. She has many cultures in her background, including Mexican, Southwestern American, Korean, and the Pacific Northwest. Her blog recently finished a series on cooking with zucchini called Squash-a-palooza. Please pop over and say hello to her.
If you subscribe to the Kitchen Reader Member’s RSS feed bundle, you would have already met Sunny through her blog posts. If not, consider subscribing – see the sidebar.
We now have a Facebook page for The Kitchen Reader. Liking the Facebook page will be a great way for members and others to stay up-to-date with Kitchen Reader news and to share book ideas. Please join us!
Thank you to our members who read and wrote reviews of Girl Hunter by Georgia Pellegrini. This month’s pick was chosen by Julie of Savvy Eats. Please have a look at our members’ reviews.
October’s book is An Everlasting Meal by Tamar Adler, chosen by Sarah of Simply Cooked. Please publish your review in the last week of October, preferably on the last day of the month. Come back here on 1 November for a round-up of the posts.
New members are welcome to join our book club; all you need is a blog. Please read more about us and then contact Sarah by email to join.