Kafka's Soup to my tbr list after reading about it on Marg's blog. I'm really glad I read it. It was an enjoyable read.
The book is actually 14 recipe/stories each "written" by a different famous author. Each story starts as a list of ingredients then as part of the story tells you how the character whipped up the dish. Each story is short, about 4 pages each. The stories I found the most enjoyable were the ones where I was familiar with the author. The Marque de Sade's was probably my favorite because rather than poking fun at sexually restraint, he was mocking healthy eaters/vegans. I had a hard time reading Irvine Welsh's Rich Chocolate Cake. His writing is a bit jarring and difficult to read but once I got the hang of it, I was laughing out loud.
Overall, it was a great read. Recommended for book lovers and foodies! Others who shared their thoughts on Kafka's Soup: Cookbook of the Day, Blogging Wolfe, and The Sumptuous City.
This was my first read for the Foodies Read 2 Challenge.