Recommended Reading Summer Giveaway
Savor the final bites of Summer with these six hot reads. We promise they'll get you through the start of autumn.
LETTERS TO A YOUNG FARMER
Three dozen essays by some of the most influential farmers, writers and thinkers of our time, from Temple Grandin to Dan Barber, for the young folks taking up the agricultural mantle — and anyone who cares about the future of our food system.
Who knew a vinegar-inspired trip around the globe could taste so sweet? Writer, photographer and “The Food Scene” host Michael Harlan Turkell takes us on a whirlwind tour of makers, stories, regions and recipes.
Chitra Agrawal of the beloved Brooklyn Delhi condiment company (try the rhubarb-ginger achaar) shares her love for the vegetarian cuisine of South India in her first cookbook.
It’s really the bomb: The indie magazine about women and food. The Martha Stewart cover story is a perfect beach read. #domesticgoddessgoals
MEXICAN ICE CREAMS
I scream, you scream, we all scream for nieves! Paleta maven Fany Gerson — chef-owner of La New Yorkina as well as Dough doughnuts — turns her attention in this cookbook to her sweet Mexico’s creamy, icy treats.
MY SOUL LOOKS BACK
Now this is what we call recommended reading: The inimitable Dr. Jessica B. Harris’s memoir of New York in the 1970s and 80s amongst the black literati (with cameos from Toni Morrison, Nina Simone and James Baldwin in a supporting role), accented by recipes and playlists.