So my summer reading definitely had a theme to it: the food memoir.
It started in France and I have to say that reading books about other people traveling and eating totally enriched my trip. Once I got home I couldn’t stop and read a few more. And I have two that I can’t wait to get to so I am including them too. So on the off chance that you love food and travel, here you go.
1. Tender At The Bone by Ruth Reichl
There is just something about her writing that really touches a very personal part of you and makes you feel like you are sitting down with a sister or best friend over coffee. Born to a mother who suffers from manic depression, she has an innate appetite that fuels her path in food writing (she was the editor of Gourmet Magazine for 10 years). She was rather …