This novel unveils the life and loves of the extraordinary, pioneering food writer, MFK Fisher. A novel of appetites, and all their many reaches.
100 Million Years of Food: What our Ancestors Ate and Why It Matters Today
Through the cycles of our many diets and varied cuisines, this book manages to examine our diversity in light of what we were eating at the time. A fascinating lens.
The Cabaret of Plants: Forty Thousand Years of Plant Life and the Human Imagination
A beautifully written exploration of plant life and its effects on thinking people throughout human history. From Wordsworth’s daffodils, Newton’s apple to California’s redwoods, we are what we think about what we grow.