THE PARIS REVIEW'S "Eat Your Words" | Food in Literature
The Paris Review's website has an Eat Your Words category that's described as: "Cooking up recipes drawn from the works of various writers", which reminded me that I'm not the only writer who enjoysreading about food in novels. How about an example from Nabokov's Ada:
The classical beauty of clover honey, smooth, pale, translucent, freely flowing from the spoon and soaking my love's bread and butter in liquid brass. The crumb steeped in nectar.