Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Spaghetti Again? My Fave Foodie Books

I am a lover of food, and lately I’ve been dabbling in the world of cooking and baking. I have been cooking for a long time now, but I am going worldwide with my cooking. I’m doing recipes that I was afraid to try in the past, and doing a fusion with recipes I already know. Being from a Jamaican background, I am used to eating a certain way but it’s gotten boring and now I am mixing it up. I also dabble in a bit of baking, that doesn’t often go as well as the cooking but what the hell I’m trying.

So I love food, and I love to read about food in books. Sometimes it can be seriously boring with easy spaghetti for dinner. I always wonder where did the author’s imagination go when it came to writing the food part. Where did it go! I’m not knocking spaghetti, it’s my go too dinner for my boys cus they love it. I just really enjoy reading about food in books, really sets the mood for all the awesome fucking that’s gonna happen afterward.

Here are some of my fave Foodie books… Where the men cook or they get the cooking done for them.

The Wedding Planner by G.A Hauser
Puppy Love Series by Jeff Erno
Devon Cream by Jet Mykles
Just Desserts by Scarlet Blackwell 
Bring the Heat by M.L Rhodes
A Taste of Love by Andrew Grey
Loving Edits by Mickie B Ashling

The Long Way Home by Z.A Maxfield

The Trap by Indigo Wren
Double Blind by Heidi Cullinan
King Perry by Edmond Manning  
Once A Marine by Cat Grant

So that's some of my fave books where the food made me want to eat my reader. What books had you wanting to eat your reader/pages? ~list to be updated~.

*I just got a slow cooker and cooking in my house is about to become extreme, cus you can do all kinds of shit in a slow cooker*


  1. I wrote a celebrity chef/pub landlord story called Prep Work that you might like.

    1. Thanks for the Rec, will go check it out. Love food in books!

  2. I think SA Meades Mourning Jack is a great one. Love of good food porn! (review coming on Friday)

  3. Oooh, The Trap. I loved that scene.


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