A look at what we're reading in the PCC office


There are plenty of great cooks here, as you might imagine.

This is the first place I've worked where omnivores are a definite minority. It's been great learning more about all the different dietary choices that exist, as well as how those with dietary challenges make the most of eating. 

Speaking of dietary challenges, I'm thankful that food companies are responding to the growing number of folks who struggle with this particular dietary challenge

One of the many cookbooks we carry in our stores. I'm interested to know just how many cookbooks are in print around the world right now, or even just by Northwest-based authors. 

Other titles that came up: 

  • "Bottom Feeder: How to Eat Ethically in a World of Vanishing Seafood" by Taras Grescoe
  • "Not For Bread Alone: Twenty-two acclaimed Writers Celebrate the Art of Eating" by Dan Halpern 
  • "Bento Box in the Heartland: My Japanese Girlhood in Whitebread America" by Linda Furiya (that's from me)

What are some of your favorites? What's on your nightstand? 

More about: books, gluten free, vegan


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Books on nightstand

"Practicing peace in times of War" - though I haven't read it all yet. And it's a short book! No cookbooks. I just wing it most the time in the kitchen. Happy blogging!

so many books, so little time

but here's what's on my nightstand right now:

The Story of Sushi, Trevor Corson
What to Drink with What you Eat, Dornenburg and Page
On Food and Cooking, Howard McGee

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