March 11, 2015

reading list


Sous Chef by Michael Gibney. I will eat up (no pun intended) any behind-the-scenes look at the restaurant industry, be it a documentary, a food critic’s memoir, or a fictional movie, so this book, a fast-paced account of 24 hours in an upscale New York restaurant kitchen, is right up my alley.

Deliciously Ella by Ella Woodward. I have been following Ella on Instagram for a long time and anxiously awaited the release of her cookbook. Ella is a true testament to the healing power of good, nutritious food.

Nemesis by Peter Evans. With the title of “The True Story of Aristotle Onassis, Jackie O, and the Love Triangle That Brought Down the Kennedys”, my curiosity is instantly peaked. An investigative journalist uncovers one of the great untold stories of twentieth-century international intrigue, and the secrets it has held until now.

The Girl on the Train by Paul Hawkins. A psychological thriller that appeals to the Gone Girl crowd. This novel has been getting a ridiculous amount of hype – it’s about time we saw what all the fuss is about.

xKelsey & Natalie