Bookworm in a northwest pantry
One of my favorite writers, Tea of Tea & Cookies, recently moved to Seattle, and her stunningly beautiful and eloquent blog has brought her readers along on the journey as she discovers new food, new places, and new people. A skilled photographer and gentle storyteller, a writer and editor by profession, Tea tells the stories of food, and life, and farms, and family, and neighbors, and how they all intertwine in the ways that count. Visiting her blog is, really, like taking a tea-and-cookie break with an old friend: restorative, thought-provoking, always a treat. She's this week's Bookworm in the Pantry.
UPDATE. Tea recommended:
- Gluten-free Girl: How I Found the Food That Loves Me Back ... and You Can Too
- The Book of Salt
- The Hills of Tuscany
- The Magic of Provence: Pleasures of Southern France
- The World is a Kitchen: Cooking Your Way Through Culture
Would you like to be a Bookworm in the Pantry and add to our collective library of good reads?
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I love to check out recommendations. Thanks!
Thanks for the reminder about the good reads. I like visiting Tea's blog too.