what are you reading?

I am constantly reading.  Blogs.  Cookbooks.  Murder mysteries.  Suspense.

I love the library.  As I’m reading through different food blogs and someone mentions a great book they are reading I put it on my library list.

Today I picked up a few yummy nuggets.
Charcuterie by Michael Ruhlman and Brian Polcyn
Complete Book of Pork by Bruce Aidells with Lisa Weiss
amuse-bouche by Rick Tramonto

I’m also reading My Life in France and BBQ! Bible: Sauces, Rubs and Marinades… and Emeril’s Potluck

While waiting for M for our Monday bus lesson, I started flipping through the Complete Book of Pork.  I knew from the first 2 sentences of the book I was going to enjoy this guy.  “I’m a restless cook and an adventurous eater.  What I mean is that once I cook a dish, I’m ready to move on, to explore new culinary horizons.”  That’s Lula Harp in a nutshell.  Half the fun is just figuring out how to do it.  Once I’ve done it successfully, I get bored.

What are you reading right now?

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I'm a mad scientist trying to find my tools.

2 thoughts on “what are you reading?

  1. I’m currently reading The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Finally got around to reading what everyone was talking about xD I’m a one-book-at-a-time kinda gal. Never really understood how people can read so many at a time. I like to immerse myself fully in one and stay a while.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. I vacillate from reading one thing and one thing only to flipping around. If whatever I pick up grabs me from the word go, I can’t look at anything else until I’m done. and then I usually find it difficult to start the next book.

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