Literary Feasts: The Book of Night Women, by Marlon James
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.
“Cooking commence from early in the morning. There be mutton and pork to roast, ham to bake, beef and fish to stew, chicken, duck and goose to fry, and crabs to pickle. There be bread yam to sear, plantains to boil, pawpaw sauce to stir, potatoes to steam, carrots and cabbage to chop. There be chocolate batter for cake, flour and corn for pudding , cheese to slice and wine bottle to wash off from the cellar dust and rum and whiskey to get from the licquor merchant.” 
Have you come across any good food in your reading this week?