Reading List (11/7)

Bureau cats! Squeee!

Apparently people have stopped eating as much ice cream. This is not me or Serious Eats. I made two batches over the weekend – mint choc chip and strawberry-buttermilk. Both are delicious.

These aubergine fritters. Please could someone rassle some up for me for dinner?

Eating food from Egypt in New York City.

The changing purpose of Spanish bulls.

The important power of women’s bookclubs. “Women getting together to gab about books was viewed as suspicious rather than silly and self-indulgent“. A read that got me thinking about what it means to create community, and share ideas. Do you do this in some way? I have a WhatsApp bookclub group, and a cookbook club. Clearly this is something I respond to! And on the other side, someone who finds it difficult to join groups but finally finds one that fits.

Lessons from Shakespeare.

The different meanings of colours.

A long but fascinating read on what is the self?

A new book on influential women and their foodways. Also, has anyone read Barbara Pym? I haven’t but now I want too. Any recommendations of where to start?

On loss and baking. Such a lovely post about the recipes that we share.

Jeong Kwan, the incredible monastery chef featured on Chef’s Table, visits NYC.

Eater has launched a London site!

Have a good week! x

%d bloggers like this: