Recommended by Marlena Spieler
Ruth Nieman takes us to her home, a land also home to the three Abrahamic faiths, and once we are there, feeds us with dishes and foodways that are ancient and/or modern, and some which are both, such as the grain Freekh.
Debora writes about everything with such tenderness and yet: a sharp edge at times. Always honest. Always with a lovers heart towards food and how to make it. Having moved to the south of france from London last year, its a great adventure following her...life there.
Smart sassy tasty tasty tasty, when Jill Dupleix writes about something, anything, you just want to jump in there with her, and most likely: eat or drink something utterly delicious asap!
Judy Witts Francini is your Tuscan sister, your Tuscan sister who knows how to cook fabulous local foods, who came from California and fell into being Italian, Tuscan specifically. And if you go to the marketplace with her, you might never come back home, or even back down to earth. Its pretty wonderful. ps she gives tours!