Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Ten Foodie Books on My TBR

As we get closer and closer to Thanksgiving and the temperature starts dropping my mind starts turning more and more to food.  This year is no different.  Between the cold making me want to hibernate and Thanksgiving essentially being a festival of food my mind is full of foodie images.  Here are a few foodie books on my TBR that I'm hoping can distract me a little from the real treats!

1.  The Recipe Box by Viola Shipman - This has been on my TBR for ages and it sounds absolutely wonderful.  I love the idea about a woman rediscovering herself and developing bonds with the women in her family through recipes.

2.  Scone Cold Killer by Lena Gregory - I've really enjoyed the mysteries in another of Gregory's series and this one about an all day breakfast cafe looks wonderfully cozy!

3.  America The Great Cookbook edited by Joe Yonan - I love a good cookbook and this one looks nice and varied.

4.  The Saturday Night Supper Club by Carla Laureano - I really know nothing about this one but the title and the cover caught my attention.

5.  La Vie Rustic: Recipes, Tips & Tales for a Sustainable Life in the French Style by Georgeanne Brennan - This one has a gorgeous cover and I like the idea of a relaxed easy life that gets the most out of food - and France doesn't hurt.

6.  The Marmalade Murders by Elizabeth J. Duncan - I don't know much about this series but this looks fun and I love the title.

7.  Death and  a Pot of Chowder by Cornelia Kidd - Chowder just seems like cozy fireplace food.

8.  Copycat Cooking with Six Sisters' Stuff:  100+ Popular Restaurant Meals You Can Make at Home by Six Sisters - I've loved just about every recipe I've tried from the Six Sister's blog so I'm looking forward to trying this cookbook.

9.  One Feta in the Grave by Tina Kashian - I do love feta but mostly the title made me giggle.  I love a good cozy pun.

10. Sconed to Death by Lyn Cahoon - This series is a fun read and always has lots of descriptions of yummy stick to your ribs, warm you up kind of food.  The mystery is always good too!

What foodie books are you thinking of picking up?


  1. The Recipe Box sounds good. I love Six Sisters' recipes so that book interests me too.

  2. You're making me hungry! I enjoyed SCONE COLD KILLER. It's not my favorite cozy series, but it's light, easy reading and sometimes I need that in my life! I'll have to take a closer look at some of the others you mentioned, especially THE RECIPE BOX. Sounds like one I'd enjoy.

  3. The recipe box looks like a good one.