Pressure Cooker – Book Review

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Pressure Cooker: Why Home Cooking Won’t Solve our Problems and What We Can Do About It, makes for interesting pandemic reading. Pressure Cooker was published in 2010, and the paperback version will be coming out later this year.  This post contains an affiliate link. I receive a small commission on any purchases made through this link. There is … Read more

The Simplest Way to Change the World

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I’ve been reading more books recently on faith and food. The Simplest Way to Change the World: Biblical Hospitality as a Way of Life, is one of the lighter books on that topic. The back cover of the book describes it as “the simplest way to make disciples.” The book, whether intended to be or not, is … Read more

Ending the War On Artisan Cheese, Loaf + Honey

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Ending the War On Artisan Cheese, is a recently published book by Dr. Catherine Donnelly. I decided to read it after seeing it on The Loaf and Honey Facebook page(you may need to scroll down a bit to find it). If you are in Winnipeg, you may have been falling the ongoing saga of Loaf and … Read more

Brillat-Savarin – The Physiology of Taste

The Physiology of Taste, by Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, is arguably the most famous food book ever written. First published in 1825, and almost 200 years later, it’s still in print. It’s best known translation is the one by M.F.K. Fisher. I didn’t purchase that one. From comments I’ve read, that edition is famous as much for … Read more

Tyndale-The Supper of the Lord

As I wander through more readings in food and theology, I’ve come across a few books on the Eucharist itself. The Supper of the Lord, by William Tyndale is one book that caught my attention. I’m a history buff, so a book that comes from the early days of the English Reformation is one that I’m going … Read more