Books I’ve Read in 2022…

Total Pages Read: 2,111
Shortest Book: 224
Longest Book: 399
Fiction: 1
Non-Fiction: 2
Cookbook: 4
Poetry:

Last Book Read:
7. Cooking at Home: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Recipes (And Love My Microwave) by David Chang with Priya Krishna. When not in a restaurant, the famed Momofuku chef cooks much differently. This is a fun cookbook without any traditional recipes that encourages you to figure some things out yourself. 399 pages. (Finished 23 Jan 2022.)

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  1. The Chicken Soup Manifesto: Recipes from around the world by Jenn Louis. More than a 100 recipes for variations of Chicken Soup. Yumm. 240 pages. (Finished 1 Jan 2022.)
  2. Let’s Do Dinner by Antoni Porowski. 80 simple recipes for weeknight dinners from the Food expert on Queer Eye. 272 pages. (Finished 2 Jan 2022.)
  3. The Man’s Guide to Women Scientifically Proven Secrets from the “Love Lab” About What Women Really Want by John Gottman, PhD & Julie Schwartz Gottman, PhD. Covers a lot of the same ground as the 8 Dates book, but geared towards men. 224 pages. (Finished 3 Jan 2022.)
  4. Foundation by Isaac Asimov. (Foundation #1) Hari Seldon gathers the Empires best scientists and scholars and brings them to a planet at the edge of the galaxy, so they can create an encyclopedia of knowledge and save future generations from thousands of years of a dark age. 244 pages. (Finished 8 Jan 2022.)
  5. Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds, & Shape Our Futures by Merlin Sheldrake. All about fungi and how they have helped the world evolve. 380 pages. (Finished 12 Jan 2022.)
  6. Nom Nom Paleo: Let’s Go! by Michelle Tam. Another fun cookbook from the Nom Nom Paleo crew. 352 pages. (Finished 19 Jan 2022.)
  7. Cooking at Home: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Recipes (And Love My Microwave) by David Chang with Priya Krishna. When not in a restaurant, the famed Momofuku chef cooks much differently. This is a fun cookbook without any traditional recipes that encourages you to figure some things out yourself. 399 pages. (Finished 23 Jan 2022.)

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