The LC Book Club takes on A Tiger in the Kitchen by Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan. Join us, and author Tan, for online Twitter chats November 5 and 9.
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The LC Book Club is reading Beaten, Seared, and Sauced by Jonathan Dixon. Leave your questions here, and join online chats with the author Aug 16 and 20.
Ready to devour more books? Join the LC Book Club as we read The Dirty Life: A Memoir of Farming, Food, and Love by Kristin Kimball. Discussions live online June 11 and 14.
Grab knife, fork and book, and dig in! The LC Book Club launches with Blood, Bones & Butter by Gabrielle Hamilton. Discussion starts online 4.23.11.
In this rollicking romance, Black Heels to Tractor Wheels, the Pioneer Woman recounts the love and food connection she made with her beloved cowboy.
Young Hassan finds his calling when his family moves from Mumbai to the French Jura, upsetting the tranquility of Chef Madame Mallory’s culinary rule.
Author Richard C. Morais talks with LC’s managing editor, Allison Parker, about his debut novel, The Hundred-Foot Journey.
On the cusp of her ninth birthday, Rose Edelstein bites into her mother’s homemade lemon-chocolate cake and discovers a magical ability: she can taste her mother’s hidden emotions lurking in the layers.
Author Aimee Bender talks with LC’s managing editor, Allison Parker, about her strangely sweet novel, The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake.
After vegetarian Tara Austen Weaver is told by her doctor to eat meat for health reasons, she embarks on a year-long adventure with butchers, cowboys, and ranchers.
Author Philip Graham, a dyed-in-the-wool lusophile, writes about his love of Lisbon, Portugal, eating sardines with his son, and watching futebol.
Writer Lisa Abend recounts hers feelings of alienation and embarrassment when she was a girl scout. A refuge, though: her beloved Samoas.
Living the dream we all secretly wish to live, writer Elizabeth Bard moves to Paris and finds more than just the makings for dinner at the local market.
Writer Greg Bulmash pens short food fiction about the impending and inevitable ending of a relationship–made obvious by the presence of a bowl of plums.
In this piece from novelist James Sturz, a man discovers flavors while describing his lover’s mouth as she chews on her hair, laps up yogurt, or kisses him.
Novelist, essayist, and food writer James Sturz writes about the pleasures of flesh—both animal and human—and their sometimes disquieting similarity.