Saturday, August 30, 2008
Political cookbooks make politics more palateble
If you've stayed up watching convention speeches all this week and plan to next week as well, you, my friend, are a political junkie. The LA Times recently published an article on political cookbooks, and there's a long and entertaining tradition.
From the "How to eat like a Republican" to the "Watergate Cookbook", to being the White House chef, the LA Times covers it all. There are even a couple of Axis of Evil cookbooks. It seems that wherever the worlds of food and politics collide, there's never a dull moment. What is some of your favorite politically motivated foodie literature?