Anonymous sources by Mary Louise Kelly
The abomination: a novel by Jonathan Holt
The Andalucian friend: a novel by Alexander Söderberg
Aunty Lee's delights by Ovidia Yu
A blind goddess by James R. Benn
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society [sound recording] by Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows
The lost art of mixing by Erica Bauermeister
Peyton Place [videodisc] by Twentieth Century Fox presents a CinemaScope picture ; Jerry Wald's production
A wrinkle in time: the graphic novel by [Madeleine L'Engle] ; adapted and illustrated by Hope Larson ; [colored by Jenn Manley Lee]
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The luscious descriptions of food, cooking and restaurants filling these pages will appeal to anyone who loves to chow down.
Masala Farm: stories and recipes from an uncommon life in the country by Suvir Saran with Raquel Pelzel and Charlie Burd — An Indian chef and consummate city dweller buys a farm in the country.
Beaten, seared, and sauced: on becoming a chef at the Culinary Institute of America by Jonathan Dixon — Discover what it's really like to study at the Culinary Institute of America.
1861: the Civil War awakening by Adam Goodheart
Blood, bones, & butter: the inadvertent education of a reluctant chef by Gabrielle Hamilton
Blue nights by Joan Didion
Blood, bones, & butter: the inadvertent education of a reluctant chef by Gabrielle Hamilton — Chef and restaurateur Hamilton, chef/owner of acclaimed New York City restaurant Prune, offers a sensuous and evocative memoir of her rural Pennsylvania childhood and her training as writer and chef. Hamilton is a very talented writer and offers an unusually compelling chef's memoir.
CNN recently did a writeup about how foursquare may be the Twitter of 2010; ubiquitous, social, and possibly overblown. However, where many people who visit twitter don't see the point, foursquare has concrete uses on top of being fun. For instance, here's a picture of me taunting my friend who was the 'mayor' of Tony's Coney & Grill at the time:
Now he'll have to go to Tony's to get mayorship back! Want to get started? Try to become mayor of Canton Public Library