Top Ten Tuesday: Nonfiction Books that Make Me Hungry

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

All of these books are related to food or cooking in some way. They also share the distinction of making me hungry!

1. The World’s Best Spicy Food: Where to Find it How to Make it by Lonely Planet

2. The Japanese Way of Tea: From Its Origins in China to Sen Rikyu by Sōshitsu Sen XV

3. Fair Food: Growing a Healthy, Sustainable Food System for All by Oran B. Hesterman

4. The Untold History of the Potato by John Reader

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6. Good Seeds: A Menominee Indian Food Memoir by Thomas Pecore Weso

7. Hog and Hominy: Soul Food from Africa to America by Frederick Douglass Opie

8. Best Of Sri Lankan Party Foods: Party Foods by Shrinika Perera

9. Dates: A Global History by Nawal Nasrallah

10. The World Encyclopedia of Cheese by Juliet Harbutt


  1. Those titles make my mouth water, or in the case of spiciest foods, reach for water.

  2. I love the foods from different countries!

  3. These sound really good. I like The World’s Spiciest Foods one. Foods from other countries are usually healthier than that in the US.

  4. interesting list! my favourites: The Japanese way of Tea and The World Encyclopedia of Cheese

  5. Sweets: A History of Candy sounds tasty!

  6. Such a fun list, this would be a great collection to own 🙂

  7. The cheese encyclopedia sounds like a book everyone should own!

  8. I’m surprisingly interested in the History of the Potato ?

  9. My mouth is watering at the sound of these. 🙂

    Lauren @ Always Me

  10. I love spicy food so that would be interesting. The book about Japanese tea as well.

  11. The Untold History of the Potato is such an adorable name for a book. Great list!

  12. Sri Lankan party foods? I went there and as delicious as the food was, it was ridiculously spicy (for me) as well. And yet, I find myself curious about this book! Great list!

  13. Some yummy-sounding books you’ve got here! I’m especially curious about Hog and Hominy!

  14. Non-fiction is a great way to spin this topic!

  15. Sweets would be one I couldn’t read because of the candy. I love me some candy. LOL

  16. The World Encyclopedia on Cheese sounds like something I should get my husband!! Love your list!

  17. One of the best things about this weekly list-making opportunity is to see other people’s takes on the themes. Your list is unusual and I haven’t heard of any of them! That’s a good thing. Thanks for visiting my list…..

  18. Some great titles there. I’d love to read The Untold History of the Potato but some of the others also sound quite intriguing.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT earlier.

  19. Just reading some of these titles already sets my imagination off thinking about all the delicious foods that I’d find! I’m definitely getting hungry (and thankfully it’s close to dinner time! LOL)! Great list!

  20. I’m big into food nonfiction, so I’m looking forward to checking out a few of these, especially The Untold History of the Potato. Wonderful post!

  21. Thanks for sharing these. Several of them look fascinating.

  22. My husband would love the Spicy Food book! I’m not good at cooking spicy food….

    Thanks for visiting my blog and apologies for the late reply!

  23. The untold history of the potato? I didn’t realize there was an untold history for the potato. But then again there are more type of potatoes out there then I have eaten.

  24. What a cool list! I’m gonna have to look into The Japanese Way of Tea, that sounds really interesting. 🙂

  25. love how diverse this is! No. 4 is particularly interesting!

  26. A History of Candy sounds like it could be a fun and interesting read. Great list!

  27. I don’t think I’ve heard of any of these. Basically I just follow too many food blogger accounts on Instagram which always makes me want to try ALL THE THINGS! 🙂 Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland.

  28. Wonderful post! Many thanks!

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