BOOK REVIEW: THE UNDERGROUND CULINARY TOUR by Damian Mogavero

A book about food that was written by a restaurant software salesman. Damian Mogavero wrote THE UNDERGROUND CULINARY TOUR: How the New Metrics of Today’s Top Restaurants are Transforming How America Eats. The book explains how restaurants analyze point-of-sale data and how the owners make decisions based on that data; though the book doesn’t go … More BOOK REVIEW: THE UNDERGROUND CULINARY TOUR by Damian Mogavero

COOKBOOK REVIEW: CELEBRATIONS by Danielle Walker

Celebrations by Danielle Walker is a cookbook that offers a year’s worth of gluten-free, dairy free, and paleo recipes for every occasion. If you’re new to the paleo or gluten-free lifestyle, this cookbook has a lot of great information and recipes to help you make the transition to this way of eating. To help you … More COOKBOOK REVIEW: CELEBRATIONS by Danielle Walker

COOKBOOK REVIEW: BIG BAD BREAKFAST by John Currence

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, yet it is often times the boringest meal – cereal, toast with jelly, WASA bread with peanut butter, a banana, or a simply 3-egg omelette. It shouldn’t be that way, and John Currence wrote a cookbook that’s considered ‘the most important book of the day’: BIG … More COOKBOOK REVIEW: BIG BAD BREAKFAST by John Currence

COOKBOOK REVIEW: ALL UNDER HEAVEN by Carolyn Phillips

ALL UNDER HEAVEN by Carolyn Phillips is a massive book – 514 pages! Philips just didn’t pen an incredibly large cookbook, she put together a history lesson on the geography, the culture, and the cooking of China. All Under Heaven takes a look at the 35 cuisines that make up the Chinese culinary world. The … More COOKBOOK REVIEW: ALL UNDER HEAVEN by Carolyn Phillips