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Bookworm across the sea

Men are bookworms, too! Meet Ian, of Yorkshire Deli, who shares his reading list as this week's Bookworm in the Pantry (see his recommended food-related non-cookbooks, over there on the right). Ian's charming blog chronicles the evolution of his dream — to open a café. If you've ever fantasized about owning the perfect little eatery in the perfect town in the perfectly beautiful Yorkshire Dales (and who hasn't?), then settle in with a cuppa, and read about everything from choosing furniture to sampling foods from the area's many purveyors.

UPDATE. Ian recommended:

  • Floyd in the Soup
  • The Nasty Bits: Collected Varietal Cuts, Usable Trim, Scraps, and Bones
  • An Omelette and a Glass of Wine
  • Chocolat
  • La Cucina

We'll have a new Bookworm every Saturday, at least through mid-May.

Want to be a Bookworm in the Pantry? Start here.

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Great list, Ian. There are two: An Omelette...and The Nasty Bits I haven't read. Bookworm Saturdays are great for my library list.
Lydia and Shawn....more and more things appearing mysteriously in the banner...what fun!

Thanks for point this blog out! I have to admit, I do fantasize about having my own cafe.... it'll probably never happen, but at least I can read about his adventures in the meantime.

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