Foodie novelist visits The Bookworm of Edwards

1st November, 2015 by

By Krista Driscoll

The foodie revolution began well before it was common practice to Instagram pictures of meals. It was found in the hearts of those who use food as an expression of art. It’s now cultivated in every part of the world, with each culture bringing its unique takes to the global table. This movement is also found at the center of the debut novel “Kitchens of the Great Midwest,” by J. Ryan Stradal.Set deep in Midwestern culture, Stradal tells the story of the fictional character Eva Thorvald and her rise to fame in the food world. By learning the tricks of …

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