Top Ten Books With Yummy Foods Mentioned

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by the blog The Broke and The Bookish

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton

This book deals with heartbreak and a bakery where everything sounded delicious.

A Million Junes by Emily Henry

Every time Jack’s Tart Cherries were described it made me want something just as tart and refreshing

Sweet Tea and Sympathy by Molly Harper

This seems sweet, summery, and romantic! I haven’t read it but I know it would be the perfect book for summer.

Final Girls by Riley Sager

My current read and next to be reviewed. The main character Quincey is a baker and has her own blog, Quincey’s Sweets. The Halloween themed deserts she described were delicious.

Second Chance Summer by Morgan Matson

I feel like Morgan Matson’s books are always packed with cute little details that make her stories more believable. Taylor works at a little concessions stand by the beach and when I read this I just think of fun fried food.

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea by April Genevieve Tucholke

This series called the Between series also manages to just add in fun details. In the town that Violet lives in, every shop is one of those cute, family run places. I remember coffee being featured heavily in the first book and a fried seafood stand in the second.

Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor

This book briefly mentions a restaurant where Karou and Zuzanna liked to hang out. It was called The Poison Kitchen. Apparently it was filled with real skulls.

Gooseberry Patch Country Friends Herb Cookbook

This was a really cute little book I found at a garage sale store. It tells you how to make cute little thing with herbs. I grew mint, lavender, and tea tree and it was nice to see things that I could make with them. I haven’t made anything of course because I’m focused on this blog (aka lazy.)

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About Leah

Hi! I'm Leah. I like books, TV, and plants. I love writing about it all. Earnest Hemmingway said "Write hard and clear about what hurts," and I aspire to do just that. Thanks for reading!

17 Responses

  1. Oh the bakery books sounds lovely! I definitely want to try them hahaha And the Halloween deserts, too!
    Some of my favorite moments from DoSaB were definitely the ones where Zuze and Karou went to Poison Kitchen to get some goulash. It was just one of those relatable moments where they acted like normal teenagers going out for a bite. Plus, everything Taylor describes in her books sounds so realistic one feels like they’re in it too. I have to check whether the place is real or not.
    Awesome post, Leah 🙂

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