Every Sunday, we round up our favorite food reads (podcasts, and videos) from the week, so you can sit back with that cup of coffee and settle in to catch up on what's happening in the world of food.

Today: The merits of Norwegian brown cheese, the silent beauty of a Spaghetti Factory, and Deborah Madison's road to vegetable expertise. 

Here are 7 of our favorite things we read this week:

  • Why Deborah Madison deserves every bit of her "Queen of Greens" title. [Lucky Peach]

Did you read anything worth sharing this week? Tell us in the comments below!

Photos by James Ransom

5 Comments

AntoniaJames June 15, 2015
Finished Bill Bryson's "Shakespeare: The World as Stage," and started Graham Robb's "Parisians: An Adventure History of Paris." Weekend and post-workday relaxation for me = off the grid. I love books the way I love cooking, which means, a lot. ;o)
 
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Leslie S. June 15, 2015
Oh, I love that Bryson book! You may also enjoy his book, The Lost Continent—it was very interesting from a food perspective!
 
AntoniaJames June 15, 2015
I've read every other book he's written. This was the last! If you liked Lost Continent (one of my favorites) you might like the much longer, somewhat different but just as interesting "Travels in Siberia," by Ian Frazier. It was built on a couple of long-reads he wrote for the New Yorker plus a couple of other freelance pieces. ;o) P.S. The other books in the Eminent Lives Series, of which Bryson's book is a part, that I've read are quite good.
 
Lazyretirementgirl June 14, 2015
Loved the Deborah Madison article. What a trip down memory lane for me. Thanks.
 
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Leslie S. June 15, 2015
So glad you enjoyed it!