Literary Feasts ~ Irreplaceable, by Stephen Lovely
I love reading about food in books. I like to cook and I love to eat even more. So on Friday’s I’ll be sharing the culinary delights that I have come across in my reading. What better way to start off the weekend than thinking about good food in a good book.
“That night she and Alex eat dinner in a Persian restaurant called Resa’s, just a few blocks down Clark Street from Alex’s apartment. The atmosphere is convivial, alive with conversations and laughter, and the food- radishes and feta cheese and pita bread smothered with hummus, shish-kabobs afloat on huge beds of dill rice- is delicious. A few glasses of Syrah, a Palestinian wine Bernice has never heard of, get her talking about the costume shop, this year’s finicky prima donnas, the setbacks they’ve had getting ready for Le Nozze di Figaro.”
Have you come across any good food in your reading this week?