I've never been shy about my enthusiasm for Michael Pollan and his well-researched writing on the human engagement with the natural world (i.e. food, agriculture, food production, nutrients vs. nutrition, etc.). I have read many of his books and am interested to delve into his new book, Cooked. I find his writing to be lucid, insightful, and thought-provoking.
Cooked seems to be the natural next step in the progression of his writing. It seems it is more of a journey with him through the experience of learning to cook (which should be fun as even on my best day I still feel like quite the novice!). Now I realize this blog sounds like a PSA for his writing, but I just wanted to share my enthusiasm and invite you to join me in reading this.
Any other good nutrition and cooking books you've enjoyed recently?