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Foodies Read 2016



Want to challenge yourself?  Pick a level below.

Short-Order Cook: 1 to 3 books
Pastry Chef: 4 to 8 books
Sous-Chef: 9 to 13 books
Chef de Cuisine: 14 to 18
Cordon-Bleu Chef: More than 19

Don’t like to plan?  Choose the a la carte option and let us know when you read a book about food.

What counts as a food book?  Any genre – fiction, nonfiction, cookbooks, etc.  If food is a major part of the plot then it counts!

I loved this challenge the past couple of years that it was at I'd Rather Be At The Beach. Now I want to welcome the new host, Heather! Looking forward to this challenge now hosted by you.


I choose level: SOUS-CHEF (9 to 13 books)

I chose Cordon-Bleu Chef in 2014 and I know I will fail. I've read 8 to date, so should have chosen smaller. However, with my foodie reads the previous year it seemed logical to finish 19. I won't bite off too much in 2016 though, so choose the level above where I'm at now. Seems simple enough....

Will list my books as they are finished. Wish me luck, and happy reading!

  1. My Mother's Kitchen - Meera Ekkanath Klein
  2. The No Time To Cook! Book - Elena Rosemund Hoerr
  3. Planted With Hope - Tricia Goyer & Sherry Gore

**No compensation was received for posting. This post is part of an annual reading challenge.

Comments

  1. I like books about food too! Can you double up on genres? Good luck!

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  2. I join this every year but end each time wishing I had read more :)

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  3. interesting challenge

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  4. Thanks for joining! I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone else is reading.

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  5. Glad to be here among you all, and I agree it is hard to choose a number.. but no one will "whisk us into hollandaise" if we read more-- or less - will they?:)

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