Thursday, January 21 2010
As you will see in the selections we present here, there were more than enough great books by great writers in the past year to more than make up for all the other shouters and malingerers.
Thursday, April 4 2013
From the agave that makes our tequila to the lime we use to garnish said tequila, Amy Stewart’s beautifully styled and written book provides history, facts, and (perhaps most importantly) recipes for all things potent and potable.
Tuesday, May 19 2009
Stewart deftly blends botany, politics, and history into a very appealing format while warning of 'botanical atrocities'.
Sunday, August 17 2008
Revealing the complex processes that make a wide variety of flowers available in markets across the world, what's found often isn't so beautiful.