Research is my favorite process for every project I do. These days, since I’ve got a new, food-related gig coming down the line, I’ve been sifting through every culinary site and book I can find.
Actually, it’s a food and history project. Double the research. Double the fun!
- Food writer Bryn Mooth includes heirloom dry beans in her list of 2013 food trends
- The Flavor of Wisconsin is a culinary history of my delectable state
- I’m hoping this book, Food is Love, includes historic advertising illustrations
- Intrigued by the fat tax, this writer compares the cost of healthy food to junk food. You might be surprised.
Do you have more suggestions? Please share!