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This week was created by the brilliant Nery from postcardsfromlalaland.com! Faeries are known for their love of food, so we’re wondering what books have such fantastic food descriptions that you’re hungry after reading them?
What books have such fantastic food descriptions that you’re hungry after reading them?
Ward frequently describes the food that Fritz has made for the brothers. It always makes me hungry.
This is about an alien race who no longer knows how to create food because their worlds can no longer sustain plants. Jennifer is a chef and shows them that food is to be enjoyed and not tolerated. Lots of hearty meals that made me hungry for dinner. Oh, and chocolate because the aliens had never had that before.
Also just as an FYI there is some storyline issues and grammar problems with this series (and her other one) so please be aware of that.
TW: abduction, slavery, death of spouse (described), grieving.
A holiday romance between two contestants of The Great Gingerbread Bake-Off. I just wanted to eat all the sweets when reading this.
Just thinking about these books again makes me hungry. Are there any books that make you hungry?