20 food books that you should read

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When Christmas is coming and holiday season begins, you might have time to read also some books that doesn’t concern school. What would be better way than enjoying all the different topics that these books cover, from Audrey Hepburn’s recipes to how U.S Army shapes what we eat. I have chosen five interesting choice in this post and here are all the contents of 20 books that bon appétit -webpage thinks that you should really read.

(Even though the title of bon appétit’s article says summer, we can forget that and enjoy these in Christmas 😀 And maybe you can find some great ideas for Christmas presents from here!)

Audrey at Home: Memories of My Mother’s Kitchen

“If you’re a huge fan of Audrey Hepburn, do we have a book for you. In Audrey at Home, which comes out in mid-June, Luca Dotti, Hepburn’s son, compiles memories, anecdotes, and recipes Hepburn wrote by hand.”

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Driving Hungry: A Memoir

“When Layne Mosler asked her taxi driver in Buenos Aires to take her to his favorite restaurant, she didn’t expect that it would spark the idea for Taxi Gourmet, a blog with a cult-following chronicling Mosler’s adventures eating with taxi drivers all over the world.”

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You Deserve a Drink: Boozy Misadventures and Tales of Debauchery

“Comedian and YouTube star, Mamrie Hart, compiles hilarious tales of getting drunk and suffering through hangovers in between cocktail recipes that bookend each chapter.”

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Combat-Ready Kitchen: How the U.S. Military Shapes the Way You Eat

“The book that makes us realize that the military is basically a R&D lab for what ends up in our kitchens. From canned goods to energy bars, Anastacia Marx de Salcedo details how the U.S. military shapes what we eat.”

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Another Person’s Poison: A History of Food Allergy

“Ever wondered how human allergies evolved such that middle school children now need to be hyper-conscious of peanut butter contamination? Matthew Smith chronicles the political, economic, cultural, and health factors that contribute to food allergies.”

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