The main character of my favorite book series, (Diana Perterfreund's Secret Society Girl) has a weakness for Greek salad, and whenever I think of the books I find myself craving feta bits and olives.
This got me thinking about the role food plays in other books, and apparently I am not the only one who found the topic intriguing, because photographer Dinah Fried put together an entire book that focusses on literary cuisine:
The book captures culinary moments from contemporary and classic literature, such as the tea that was served in Wonderland, the chicken breakfast from To Kill a Mockingbird, Holden's Swiss cheese sandwich from The Catcher in the Rye:
…or my personal favorite from On The Road:
Do you remember a dish from your favorite book?
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Peace, Love, and Lobsters