About The Kitchen Reader

We are a group of bloggers who enjoy reading and writing about food. We will be reading a variety of food related books including fiction, non-fiction and cookbooks.

Join Us
If you would like to join The Kitchen Reader Book Club, please read and review the current month’s book .  There will be a post with a linky at the beginning of each month for you to add your review link. Please visit a few other review links, we all love comments.

Book Suggestions
Books choices will be in all food related categories…
Cookbooks, Cozy Mysteries, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Memoirs & Biographies

If you have a book suggestion for our group to read for the following month, leave the title and author in the comment section of the current month’s book post. If there are no suggestions, I’ll choose a book.

Anyone who posts a review will be added to the blog roll.

It is requested that you participate monthly, however, I understand that sometimes life gets in the way, and that every book may not interest everyone.

4 thoughts on “About The Kitchen Reader

  1. JoAnn Freda

    What a wonderful idea to have an on-line food related book club. As soon as I read my way out from under my current reading obligations, I’d like to join you. I’m not sure I can handle the pressure of reading and posting by the end of the month so even though I am reading Julie and Julia, I think I’ll finish it as an independent and join you officially next time.

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