Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Kitch Lit

I’ve spent my entire life intrigued by the culinary life. After Doug wrapped up on Saturday mornings Top Chef and The Great British Baking Show. Last fall I read Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal and discovered a new way to consume culinary culture: kitch lit.
I switched over to public television to watch Julia Child and Jacques Pepin create dishes I had never even heard of. Then came Food Network,

Books by chefs and restaurant critics. Books about food. Books about chefs and bakers both real and fictional. I can’t get enough. And now I will pass along my obsession in the Kitch Lit Series, featuring reviews and information about some of the best in the genre. Stay tuned for the first installment!

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