good reads.
by victoria comment


good reads / sfgirlbybay

kitsuné, via miss moss.

whatcha reading these days? any good recommendations for us? sometimes i haven’t the luxury of time to read an entire novel (as much as I’d love to!), but i do like a good picture book, and cookbooks are my weakness. such pretty photographs to be inspired by. there’s been a few books on my ‘wanted’ list, and a few new favorite reads i’ve recently discovered, so i thought i’d share a few today. but, please — do tell what’s on your coffee table these days? i always enjoy a good book or magazine recommendation!

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after spending the last couple of weeks in los angeles, this book looks pretty interesting — Los Angeles: Portrait of a City. A pictorial history of the City of Angels; it’s Rise and sprawl or how Los Angeles came to be.

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i am utterly in love with cooking journal, cherry bombe. have you ever read it? it’s got the most unexpected and lovely stories about food and the people who love it. and the photographs are stunning. this is my favorite must-read.

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now this looks like a worthwhile book to own — oasis, spas, wellness & relaxation. and this one below, great retreats: yoga, looks pretty great, too. i’m in.

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i’ll bet this is a good read — based on the documentary about her, this is one eccentric and brilliant woman. i’m ordering a copy of diana vreeland memos, filled with her personal memos to friends and colleagues. juicy, i’ll bet.

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i’ve heard wonderful things about this cookbook, ceviche peruvian kitchen. i love ceviche and would love some variations on my usual go-to recipe. ordered. check.

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how about taschen’s Cabins? i think i could really get into this book — the ultimate quiet escape to a cabin in the woods. i think there’s some extraordinary cabins featured here.

7 responses to “good reads.”

  1. So nice to meet you and Lucy this morning and a thrill after following you so long from afar.

    After we finish driving back East, a yoga retreat might be just the thing to get out the kinks! And after practically zero time alone (I love my husband, but we’ve been together 24/7 for weeks now) a cabin in the woods is also food for thought.

    And speaking of food, I just finished reading “Blue Plate Special” by Kate Christenson. If you haven’t read it, it’s a terrific memoir with a food theme.

  2. I’m currently buying so many of these “indie” magazines that it totally breaks my books budget. I have never bought the the Cherry Bombe, but will do as of your recommendation. :)

  3. I second Blue Plate Special by Kate Christensen and also absolutely loved The Boys in the Boat by David James Brown. Two of my favorite reads this summer!

  4. I love the cover of the Ceviche book! I had lots of ceviche when I was in Peru, so I’m going to check it out and try and make my own. I can’t remember much else about the food I ate there, though, but with all the restaurants and cook books being devoted to the Peruvian kitchen, I must have missed out on something major. A great reason to go back, I guess, as if the fact that it is one of the most beautiful countries in the world isn’t enough.

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