Photo courtesy SeriousEats HERE.
I am super stressed. I've got lots of great posts in mind, but I have no time between working, sleeping, and doing homework right now. That's what you get when you put off papers. But we'll get to the good stuff, and hopefully I'll be debuting a sweet new layout soon. Until then let us not forget how truly amazing reading and papers and words are. I posted not too long ago about a bunch of cookbooks that have recently hit the shelves, and in the past few days I've stumbled across a couple more books that revolve around food in some way, shape, or form. Not your traditional cookbooks, just books that cooks would like.
Second place for my new favorite book? Star Wars Cookbooks HERE. I mean there's really no need for me to expand upon how fun and awesome this is.
For some more fun, head on over to SeriousEats and try your hand at winning The Wine Snob's Dictionary HERE. My would be entry, wine legs, was taken early on and I have failed to put any more thought into the competition. However, this doesn't stop me from still wanting the book.
You may also be interested in Baked: New Frontiers in Baking by Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito, HERE, which I've seen getting a lot of attention lately. I first happened upon it at Serious Eats, HERE, but it also made T. Susan Chang on NPR's 10 Best Cookbooks of 2008 list HERE.
Or, google Rachel Ray. Shes says her new cookbook keeps vegetarians in mind, HERE, and I'm interested to know how it is.
Okay, and there was kind of a spoiler at the beginning of the post, but my new favorite book for people who love food is...50 Ways to Kill a Twinkie by Paul Simon. Check out the SeriousEats article HERE. Too good, too good.