Eat Your Books

See what the press are saying about Eat Your Books

Food writers around the world have been singing the praises of Eat Your Books since it was launched and have introduced many current members to EYB through their enthusiastic words.

​I found thousands of recipes for asparagus contained in books I already own, including one for asparagus vinaigrette with tarragon from “The Anatomy of a Dish,” by the chef Diane Forley. I’d made it years ago, loved it, dog-eared it and promptly lost track of it: the book is in my basement. Read Complete Article »


... my appreciation has blossomed into a fully mature love-fest. Having taken the time to “catalogue” a constantly growing food library (in the process culling literally hundreds) with Eat Your Books’ online database, I now have the answers to odd questions. Like, what do I do with a swarm of eels?  Read More »


What I actually want to tell you about is a website. One that, now I have found it, I do not know how I would live without it. I know that is a bit of a dramatic statement, but in foodie terms it is a blessing.  Read more »

I got ridiculously excited about a new website I discovered yesterday. Looking back now, I'm a bit embarrassed. My husband has another reason to think I'm slightly deranged (in a good way). Read More »


But knowing pretty well where your books are does not help when I am racking my brain to remember just where it was I saw that recipe for walnut bread I meant to try.  That problem has been solved since I was pointed to a website Eat Your Books.

​Take a look at the Press Page to see more articles that have been written about Eat Your Books. 

Eat Your Books has won some prestigious awards, including:
EYB was ranked amongst the greats this year according to the UK Times along with and

The Baily Beast selected Eat Your Books as one of the 6 best Travel and Food sites in the world.


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