Books about food

Books about food

The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan

Winner of the James Beard Award, this book provides a lot of information about our daily food, which we are not aware of. The Omnivore’s Dilemma portrays how the Americans think about the dynamics, dangers and pleasures of eating.

Food: A Love Story by Jim Gaffigan

In this book America’s favorite food comedian and bestselling author Jim Gaffigan talks about the obsession people have with food and how they try to hide it. He also talks about the dilemma we all face about whether to eat healthy or eat tasty, and what can be he solutions.

On Food and Cooking: The Science and Lore of the Kitchen by Harold McGee

This classic masterpiece is a bible for foodies. The book is an eye-opener and explains intricate details about the food we eat, where it comes from, what transformation cooking brings to it and how it is made delicious and enjoyable. It talks of ingredients, cooking methods, and the pleasure of eating.

The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science by J. Kenji López-Alt

Illustrated in full color in this book the author explores the science behind popular American food. The author explains how using simple new techniques instead of conventional methods of cooking can give a desirable touch and the exact effect that we need in our cooking.

Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health by Jo Robinson

Winner of the 2014 IACP Cookbook Award the author of this book talks about how to select the right fruits and vegetables so that the nutritional value of our food is retained. The authors talks of ways in which simple scientifically proven preparations using wild ingredients can still be acceptable to the modern palate at the same time enhancing the flavor and quality of our food.

The Flavor Bible by Karen Page

Great cooking is much more than ingredients and recipe. The book is a collection of testimonials from great chefs of our time who explain how cooking is all about creativity and seasoning of food in the right way to bring about the right flavor.

Driving Hungry by Layne Mosle

This book is a gustatory adventure in which the author who driven by her wanderlust and her gourmet appetite travels the major cities of the world and strikes up conversations with taxi drivers from the back seat, and asks them to take her to their favorite restaurants in town. The experiment brings about astonishing results and discoveries of some of the best food she has ever tasted. A beautifully beguiling book with vivid descriptions of places and people and food!

Clean Food Diet by Jonathan Vine and Tali Carmi

In this book the author explains how to make a healthy choice of food and ingredients, and avoid artificial flavors and additives. This helps to improve your health and enhance the capacity of your immune system.

It Starts With Food by Dallas Hartwig and Melissa Hartwig     

This book teaches us how to have a healthier relationship with food. Following the simple instructions enlisted here, the readers have confessed to miraculous improvements in sleep pattern, weight loss and energy levels. The book outlines a lifelong strategy for healthy eating.

The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth by Jonny Bowden

It is not necessary to take dietary supplements if your food has sufficient nourishment. This book tells you about what to eat and why? It also gives you information on what food contains the best nutrients and where to find it and how to make it.

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