The Piglet

Yep, You Should Read a Cookbook Like a Novel. Here's Why.

On Piglet day 3, Meg Wolitzer's whisked away by two excellent books.

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March  7, 2019

Novelist Meg Wolitzer can't quite put her finger on what she loves about her favorite novel—or her favorite meal. But she can put her finger on a few pages in Season and The Superiority Burger Cookbook, and then put her cooking and judging skills to test.

Read the full judgment here.


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The Piglet—inspired by The Morning News' Tournament of Books—is where the 16 most notable cookbooks of the year face off in a NCAA-style bracketed tournament. Watch the action and weigh in on the results!

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Susan M. March 7, 2019
The best recipe book I ever read was written by a journalist in London England. Her writing skills keep you wanting to read.
Od course I'm speaking if Nigella Lawsons "How to Cook".