Here’s what I have on my nightstand as the weather turns chilly. What’s on your’s?
From Our Grandmothers’ Kitchens One of our favorite magazines, Cooks Country Magazine believes in heirloom cooking as much as we do. From readers’ family favorite recipes, Cooks Country tested and perfected recipes from around the country.
Woodswoman: Living Alone in the Adirondack Wilderness. This book is a treasure find from one of our fans. Anne LasBastille tells beautiful inspiring stories of living in the wilderness are inspiring and beautiful.
The Color of Rain This is a very personal choice of Josh’s. Over twenty years ago, he introduced his friends Matt and Gina, who fell in love and were married. Matt died of a rare cancer a few years ago, and this is the story of how Gina found love again through a miraculous “chance” encounter.
My Life in France by Julia Child This one is kinda a no brainer. If you haven’t read it yet, (and we’re embarrassed to admit we hadn’t either,) you must pick up this book. You can practically hear Julia’s enthusiastic voice as she described how she discovered her passion for food upon moving to France.
Comfort Me With Apples We’re huge Ruth Reichl fans. She combines two of our favorite things: good food and good memoir. Through divorce, remarriage, and childbirth, Reichl tells the story of her life in food.
Salt: A World History This is a fascinating book about how this kitchen staple has shaped and changed the course of human history.