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  • Fannie's Last Supperby Christopher Kimball

    Hachette Books 2010; Not Available

    In the mid-1990s, Chris Kimball moved into an 1859 Victorian townhouse on the South End of Boston and, as he became accustomed to the quirks and peculiarities of the house and neighborhood, he began to wonder what it was like to live and cook in that era. In particular, he became fascinated with Fannie Farmer's Boston Cooking-School Cook Book . Published... more...

  • The Breakfast Bookby Andrew Dalby

    Reaktion Books 2013; US$ 30.00

    You?ve heard it from doctors, nutritionists, and your mom: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It?s also one of the most diverse, varying greatly from family to family and region to region, even while individuals tend to eat the same thing every day. While Americans traditionally like to chow down on eggs, cereal, and doughnuts, the Japanese... more...

  • My Usual Tableby Colman Andrews

    HarperCollins 2014; US$ 14.99

    My Usual Table is a love letter to the great restaurants that have changed the way we eat?from Trader Vic?s to Chez Panisse and Spago to elBulli?and a vivid memoir of a life lived in food, from a founding editor of Saveur and James Beard Award-winning writer Colman Andrews. For reviewer, writer, and editor Colman Andrews, restaurants have been... more...

  • My Usual Tableby Colman Andrews

    HarperCollins 2014; Not Available

    My Usual Table is a love letter to the great restaurants that have changed the way we eat?from Trader Vic?s to Chez Panisse and Spago to elBulli?and a vivid memoir of a life lived in food, from a founding editor of Saveur and James Beard Award-winning writer Colman Andrews. For reviewer, writer, and editor Colman Andrews, restaurants have been... more...

  • My Usual Tableby Colman Andrews

    HarperCollins 2014; Not Available

    My Usual Table is a love letter to the great restaurants that have changed the way we eat?from Trader Vic?s to Chez Panisse and Spago to elBulli?and a vivid memoir of a life lived in food, from a founding editor of Saveur and James Beard Award-winning writer Colman Andrews. For reviewer, writer, and editor Colman Andrews, restaurants have been... more...

  • Revolutionary Cookingby Virginia T. Elverson; Mary Ann McLanahan; Betty T. Duson

    Skyhorse Publishing 2014; US$ 16.95

    Ranging from the simple to the sumptuous, here are over two hundred recipes for modern Americans inspired by dishes and beverages the authors discovered in cookbooks, family journals, and notebooks from 150 to 250 years ago. Did you know that breakfast in the eighteenth century was typically a mug of beer and some mush and molasses, invariably taken... more...

  • Charlemagne's Tableclothby Nichola Fletcher

    St. Martin's Press 2014; US$ 8.99

    Feasts, banquets, and grand dinners have always played a vital role in our lives. They oil the wheels of diplomacy, smooth the paths of the ambitious, and spread joy at family celebrations. They lift the spirits, involve all our senses and, at times, transport us to other fantastical worlds. Some feasts have given rise to hilarious misunderstandings,... more...

  • Native Wine Grapes of Italyby Ian D'Agata

    University of California Press 2014; US$ 50.00

    Mountainous terrain, volcanic soils, innumerable microclimates, and an ancient culture of winemaking influenced by Greeks, Phoenicians, and Romans make Italy the most diverse country in the world of wine. This diversity is reflected in the fact that Italy grows the largest number of native wine grapes known, amounting to more than a quarter of the... more...

  • Bitterby Jennifer Mclagan

    Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2014; US$ 29.99

    The champion of uncelebrated foods including fat, offal, and bones, Jennifer McLagan turns her attention to a fascinating, underappreciated, and trending topic: bitterness.   What do coffee, IPA beer, dark chocolate, and radicchio all have in common? They?re bitter. While some culinary cultures, such as in Italy and parts of Asia, have an inherent... more...

  • Whiskey Distilledby Heather Greene

    Penguin Publishing Group 2014; US$ 25.00

    In the populist tradition of Andrea Immer, New York City?s first female whiskey sommelier translates today?s hottest spirit for a new generation of imbibers   Whiskey is in the midst of a huge renaissance. Ten years ago, the United States housed sixty-nine craft distillers; today, there are more than four hundred. Exports of Scotch whisky grew 12... more...