Not gonna lie, y’all, this list is going to be super short. I don’t think I typically read books with heavy food mentions in them, and if I have I sure can’t remember any. To state the obvious, there are a few cook books that I am interested in making some things from but just haven’t gotten around to it yet.
(Rainbow Rowell, Faith Erin Hicks). The sweet treats in this one are ENDLESS and gorgeously illustrated. Pumpkin bombs have been on my mind since reading this one last year. Pumpkinheads
(Theresa Carle-Sanders). Not gonna lie, whenever I see any of the books in this series in a store, I have to pick it up and look through it. Unfortunately, I can only imagine how these goodies smell. Outlander Kitchen
(Grace Ellis). really really made me want some coffee. A lot. Which, in turn, gave me more energy to finish this book and move on to the second one. Sounds like a master marketing plan to me. Moonstruck
The Folk of the Air series (Holly Black). Fae food. Need I say more?
(John Allison). Forreal made me crave cereal. I can’t remember exactly which volume it was, but I do remember a Need for cereal. Giant Days
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America’s Test Kitchen Cookbook.
Also, I know Hemingway is not everybody’s favorite anymore, but in one of the Nick Adams stories “The Battler,” there is a description of a guy making an egg and bacon sandwich over a fire outdoors that couldn’t have been done better.
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I believe Hemingway also wrote a scene in one of the stories in In Our Time about a man camping alone in the woods. Somewhere along the way, he makes a pancake, spreads apple butter on it, and then puts it in his pocket.