Besides cooking and eating what we cook, we just love reading good books about food. Here are three we found that we think you’ll like as well:
A History of American Ice Cream
, by Anne Cooper Funderburg
Wonderful quirky and funny book about the American history of ice cream, chocolate and strawberries. This is not a cooking book. Just relax, sit down in your favorite chair and have a wonderful time reading this informative, yet amusing book about ice cream, strawberry desserts, chocolate and much more.
Rhubarb: The Wondrous Drug
, by Clifford Foust
This great book tells the history and wide variety of uses of this amazing plant. It shares some long-lost recipes as well.
The Wrinkle Cure
, by Dr. Nicholas Perricone
Eat your veggies and send love out into the world. You'll feel better and look younger in less than a day. How's that for instant gratification? And when your body is refueled with the nutrients it's been lacking, you'll find you don't need near as much food as you used to. This REALLY interesting book has a lot going for it and makes a LOT of sense — don’t you love the idea of gorgeous skin the natural way? Now we can use the money we save at the cosmetic counters to buy even better quality food!
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