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Introducing The TBR List

Introducing The TBR List

Broccoli

As every good reader knows, it's easy for your To Be Reads (TBRs) to pile sky high. To make matters worse, I'm offering you the best lit- and food-related links from the past week. Read now, or be ready to click "bookmark." - J.K. Rowling comes out as the author behind the "too sophisticated for a debut" The Cuckoo's Calling and everyone sort of wonders if it's a ploy to sell more books.

- This one-pan farro with tomatoes looks delicious and reminds me of my one-pot spicy pasta.

- If you're looking for book recommendations based on other titles you've read, look no further than Book Seer.

- At Food52, lunchtime means salads made from coworkers' leftovers. Brilliant!

- One of my favorite blogs, Eat This Poem, is introducing literary city guides. Get started with SF, LA and Nashville.

- A book spine table runner! How could you not want this?

- Kid lovers, look away. These are some of the worst tots in the history of literature.

- You already know I didn't enjoy A Hologram for the King. I'm sure you can guess my feelings about its movie adaptation.

- A conventionally-bred strain of broccoli could be easier to grow across the country, but with Monsanto on board is it really good news?

Got any other noteworthy lit and food links? Share away in the comments!

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah & Grilled Peaches

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah & Grilled Peaches

A Hologram for the King, or: Not Everything I Read is Good

A Hologram for the King, or: Not Everything I Read is Good