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NOV-DEC 2016

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Page 50 of 151 49 bib 'li' o 'taph, [bib-lee-uhtaf, -tahf ]: a person who caches or hoards books Organized like a cookbook, this title is a collection of American literature (poetry, prose and essays) centered on the theme of food that progresses chronologically from the late 1700s to the present. Each section also incorporates at least one recipe. Jennifer Cognard-Black and Melissa A. Goldtwaite - Books at Cook: e Making of a Literary Meal - Hardcover, 384 pages, NYU Press ( Recipes and culinary mores from Austen's era are interspersed with quotes from her novels that allow the reader to recreate dishes and dining experiences experienced by the author's characters and their contemporaries. Pen Vogler - Dinner with Mr. Darcy: Recipes inspired by the novels of Jane Austen - Hardcover, 160 pages, CICO Books ( Butcher, former pastry chef and food blogger Cara Nicoletti shares 50 recipes influenced by the books and their characters that have engrossed her since childhood. Among them are breakfast sausages from Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House in the Big Woods and New England clam chowder inspired by Moby-Dick. Cara Nicoletti - Voracious: A Hungry Reader Cooks Her Way rough Great Books - Hardcover, 304 pages, Little Brown & Company (

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