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double bourbon, single rock




double bourbon, single rock





Fear not, dear friends: I am neither falling into drinkiness, nor falling into the compulsion to document it. I came home tonight with a sore throat, brought on either by the schmutz the construction crew is kicking up in our new office space, or by the Daffy Duck levels of ranting I did tonight after the receipt of some unpleasant news. Either way, my palate tickles when I run my tongue over it, and my voice sounds low and reedy. I have been told that two fingers of something good and strong will peel the skin off what ails me. Here's hoping the bourbon does the trick, because if I doesn't, I have to move on to harder stuff, like slivovitz.

(To those of you who heard my rant earlier this evening, I'm over it, I promise.)

Edit: Because I've been asked, the books in the stack are, from top to bottom:

Confessions of a French Baker by Peter Mayle and Gerard Auzet, given to me for Christmas by Momerina, who still believes in my bread bakery

Food and Loathing by Betsy Lerner, bought at Waterstone's in London

Candyfreak by Steve Almond, bought at Denver International Airport (did I mention that I have such a crush on Steve? Lloyd is cool with this. At least I think he is. ;)

PPC (Petits Propos Culinaires) issue #69, positively my favorite food periodical, published in the U.K., founded and edited by the late and much-missed Alan Davidson

First Catch Your Peacock by Bobby Freeman, a book of Welsh cookery I found at Kitchen Arts and Letters in Manhattan, the place where one goes to find things like Welsh cookery books

Eating Like Queens by Suzanne Parker, bought at the 2006 Queens Cuisine festival at Douglaston Manor

Last Chance to Eat by Gina Mallet, a brilliant, brilliant book, and the perfect ammunition for anyone who would dun you for eating egg yolks

Authentic Happiness by Martin E.P. Seligman, a gift from a friend, and one of the few self-help books that doesn't make me want to bounce it against a wall. I don't agree with everything Seligman writes, but he's certainly a smart and thoughtful guy.

Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith by Anne Lamott, who is my pal, although she does not know this just yet

Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris, bought at the late great Coliseum Books in Manhattan, bought for my flight from LaGuardia to NW Arkansas in 2004. He's my pal, too. He doesn't know it, either.

Elizabeth Zimmermann's Knitter's Almanac, a knitting book that snuck into the pile

Looking for Flavour by Barbara Santich, an Australian food writer who introduced me to the beautiful concept of nipple tarts. (If you want to hear more, you'll just have to write me. ;)

Miss Leslie's Directions for Cookery by Eliza Leslie, a beauty that belongs on every culinary historian's shelf

Personal Velocity, short stories by Rebecca Miller, given to me by my dear friend Sharon, who knows what I like ;)

The Comedies of William Congreve, because for me, it doesn't get any better than "The Way of the World"

Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers -- if you're only familiar with the movie, you are in for such a treat here. Make sure you have a pot of tea and a plate of little cakes nearby.

American Pie by Pascale Le Draoulec, who drove across the country in a quest for pie, the job I only wish I had

Not shown: The copies of Lydia Child's The American Frugal Housewife, Elizabeth David's Summer Cooking, about 24 other books underneath American Pie and about eleventy billion other books, including enough cookbooks and periodicals to stun an ox, strewn about the living room, kitchen and bedroom..











365/4 The New Cookery by Lenna Frances Cooper




365/4 The New Cookery by Lenna Frances Cooper





New in 1927 that is. OK bit of a cop out so early on in the year, but the book arrived today so it is new part of my life as a vegetarian.

The New Cookery is published by the Modern Medicine Publishing Co out of Battle Creek, Michigan, home of the Kellogg brothers. The book contains many Kellogg brand name products (without mentioning origin) and lots of meat substitute recipes. Several black and white plates illustrate how to properly measure ingredients and the correct equipment for sterilizing milk. Its quite severe, no jolliness in it at all.

Proper review and scans to come later









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