Tuesday, September 06, 2005
I'm reading M.F.K Fisher lately. For those who haven't heard of her, she's the closest to a modern Brillat-Savarin that we have. Her books are extremely beautifully written and dripping with a true and romantic passion for food; she doesn't just LIKE food, she is in love with it. The recipes included in the books are especially wonderful because they are so vintage and therefore so appealing. I couldn't find a picture of the vintage cover art on my ancient compliation of her books, but it is wonderful stuff.
Posted by Faine at 10:12 PM