Five Books on Food That Every Foodie Should Try

Eating can be joyous; reading about food could do wonders. Eating and reading are two things that radiates equal pleasure, and when someone interweaves those two and comes up with books on Food, they are hard to keep away.

If you are a foodie and a reader, you must try some books out there. So here are those books on food that you should read.

Born Round

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Born Round

Frank Bruni spent a major part of his career as a restaurant critic. He, however, takes the foot off the gas in this book and takes a detailed look into his relationship with food.

Heat

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Heat

Written by Bill Buford, Heat captures a man’s attempt to learn cooking. It has an autobiographical touch to it and Bill’s journey is sure to get you excited.

My Life in France

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My Life in France

Julia Child produced some great food quotes and you could find some in this book as well. She takes us back to the day when she first discovered her passion for cooking and tells us about it shaped her career.

Fresh Off the Boat

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Fresh Off the Boat

Cultural change could be a disaster for some. The language change, the people change, and the culinary habits also change. Eddie Huang talks about all these and shows up how he coped with all these hurdles.

Kitchen Confidential

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Kitchen Confidential

Anthony Bourdain is famous thanks to Top Chef, but Kitchen Confidential is likely to change your perspective about Bourdain. If you desire to be a cook by profession, then this is a must read book.

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