Relish by Lucy Knisley
This is the sort of bits and pieces, slice of life memoir that stirs up all kinds of fond memories of food in my family's kitchen growing up. Being Cuban, that meant lots of plantains, pork, beans, and rice, and delicious desserts like arroz con leche, flan, and torrejas, among other things. In Relish, Lucy shares stories of her childhood and beyond which relate to food. In some cases, she shares stories that revolve around family meals, and in others, discovering great foods in places like Mexico (and what was going on in her life at that time). Sprinkled in between chapters, she shares excellent recipes that'll have your mouth watering. Seriously, depending on how you organize your bookshelves, you might be equally tempted to sort this in with your comics or your cookbooks. If you have a "the best [insert dish here] I've ever tasted in my life was at...." story, then this book is for you. If you have a "when I was a kid, I used to love eating [insert fun and possibly gross food memory here]..." story, then this book is for you. Basically, if you like food, this book is for you.