Welcome to November 2019 Foodies Read!

This is a monthly link up for BOOKS about food.  Reviews of fiction, nonfiction, and cookbooks are welcome!

It’s Nonfiction November around the book blog universe.  Leave a comment about what nonfiction foodie books have been your favorites so far this year.  These are mine.

 

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11 Replies to “November 2019 Foodies Read”

  1. I’ve got a seasonal Christmassy novella for the linkup this month! Snowfall At Moonglow is a lovely story and there’s cookie recipes included too 🙂

  2. I’m enjoying all the nonfiction reviews and associated cooking here this month. There have been so many good book-food combos so far!

    Except that your nemesis who just links to spammy food posts is back, with a recipe-no-book post. Guess it’s time for you to remove another one. Some people never learn. Or maybe she’s just happy to have a few people read her blog until you get rid of her.

    Oddly, I am not in the mood for non-fiction, but have been reading a lot of fiction, but I’m only linking food/nonfiction posts.

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

  3. HI! I don’t know if my Short Story Link Party is appropriate for your party so I didn’t link it up but I invite you to linkup with me! This is a creative writing exercise for fun and without a lot of editing. Just start typing and see what you come up with! Remember, no story is too short! See the party on my site for the current prompt 🙂

  4. Favorite Foodie non-fiction books this year have been: Cooking Chinese, by Ann Mah, Prune by Gabrielle Hamilton, and Jubilee by Toni Tipton-Martin.

  5. Gosh, hard to pick, but I’ll use the surprise cookbook of the fall: I Can Cook Vegan by Isa Chandra Moskowitz — so many great, solid recipes that are appealing to omnivores like me!

  6. I have a couple of books to link up this month. My favorite non-fiction reads recently have been Jubilee, The Art of Escapism Cooking and The Food Explorer. Buttermilk Graffiti was a huge favorite, too.

    1. I got part way through The Food Explorer audiobook before it was returned to the library automatically. I really was enjoying it. I need to pick it up again.

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