Current Foodie Reading

Balancing Flavors East &West, the simplicity of great taste by Tom Kime

Barefoot In Paris by Ina Garden (The Barefoot Contessa)

Cooking from the Farmers’ Market by Williams-Sonoma

Delia’s Kitchen Garden by Gay Search, Recipes by Delia Smith

Favorite Indian Food by Diane Seed

Feeding the Whole Family by Cynthia Lair

Glorious Garlic, a cookbook by Charlene A. Braida

Herbal Breads by Ruth Bass, Illustrations by Mary Rich

Jamie’s Italy by Jamie Oliver

Just Ask Mom by Nancy Malone

Martha Stewart’s Dinner at Home

Salad Dressing 101 by Nathan Hyam

Sink Reflections by Marla Cilley

Superfoods by Tonia Reinhard

The $64 Tomato by William Alexander

The Elements of Cooking by Michael Ruhlman (Intro. by Anthony Bourdain)

The Food of China from Bay Books, Recipes by Deh- Ta Hsiung and Nina Simonds

The Food of France from Bay Books, Recipes by Maria Villegas and Sarah Randell

The Food of Italy from Bay Books, Recipes by Sophie Braimbridge and Jo Glynn

The French Women Don’t Get Fat Cookbook by Mireille Guiliano

The Japanese Kitchen by Kimiko Barber

The Naked Chef by Jamie Oliver

The Return of the Naked Chef by Jamie Oliver

The Soup Peddler’s slow and difficult soups by David Ansel

The Wine Bible by Karen MacNeil

Zucchini, Pumpkins, & Squash by Kathleen Desmond Stang, Illustrations by Diane Varney

Other culinary influences also include: The innovative Chef Gordon Ramsay, the revolutionary Julia Child, the great Anthony Bourdain, and the inspiring Heidi Swanson, just to name a few.


8 thoughts on “Current Foodie Reading

  1. Pingback: 2010 In Review « My Life As a Modern Wife

  2. Welcome Elaine! Thanks so much for reading! It’s definitely a labor of love. lol God had been so gracious in giving me opportunities to share that love for art and creativity. I’m so thankful for that. I’m so glad to help inspire you and I hope you’ll stick around! Blessings! 🙂

  3. Hey Danielle! This is Elaine from church. I just wanted to tell you that I think this blog is awesome and that you’re my kind of girl.

    I appreciate your creative expression in what looks like everything you do.

    I am inspired!

    Thanks for sharing your life!!

  4. That is one of my very favorite books! I love Arthur Golden, his book was what actually got me interested in Asian culture. I know I’m lagging this week, but it’s on it’s way I promise! 😉 Thanks for being patient. Lots of Love.

  5. Speaking of reading.. but, off the cooking subject, a bit.. Just finishing up Memoirs of a Geisha AGAIN.. Just love that book( and movie).. Love you… and can’t wait to read the new blog about our unique & special selves gifted to us by God.. You should definitely post! and soon!

  6. Thank you so much Zack! I know it may be a trite effort, but it really is great to write again and get myself out there. This blog has brought me so much joy. Thanks for reading! 🙂

  7. I stumbled onto this today Danny, and it made me smile. I’m glad to see you’re doing well in your adventures away from that awful salon. 🙂

  8. I so love you, my darling.. How wonderful to blog for all of us to read of your adventures! I miss you more than you know.. and have enjoyed watching you grow up and become an amazing young lady with so much to be proud of.. I’m ALWAYS here if you need me.. btw: Sam’s SOOO a keeper!

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