With the shops ferociously stocking up on a seemingly endless list of new food titles for us to read over Christmas, we thought it would be a good idea to check out what you think about the latest cookery books hitting the shelves. We find that it’s the best way to narrow down what we’re going to be asking Santa for this year.
We were very excited to see that Dan from Essex Eating has reviewed Coco, a book which has got to be right up there on the wish list. Needless to say we were also very jealous to read about the event that Phaidon had hosted to celebrate the books launch. It sounds like a night to remember.
Another enlightening review was penned by a forkful of spaghetti, this time for Tasmin Day-Lewis’ Supper For A Song, which definitely sounds like one we’re going to have to check out.
And if you’re looking for something a little different, it sounds like The Scandinavian Cookbook by Trina Hahnemann will be an amazing read, according to Helen from World Foodie Guide’s review.
So, if you’ve been hitting the shops early this year and want to help craft our Christmas list, please send us a link to your review. We have a feeling that there’s going to be some seriously heavy stockings at the end of our beds this year.
by: Tuesday, 17 November 2009