The Illy-ad by Homer (winner of this year’s Judge’s Prize)
Vanity Pear by William Makepeace Thackery
20,000 Leeks Under the Sea by Jules Verne
Porkrait of the Artist as a Young Ham by Jamon Joyce
The Lunch Snack of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo
Bonjour Tristesse by Fran├žoise Sagan
Cream and Punish Mint by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Crime and Nurishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
The Sorrows of Young Wurstel by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Chow Mein Kamf by Adolf Hitler (winner of this year’s People’s Prize)
The End of the Eclair by Graham Greene
The Quaves by Virginia Woolf
The Lion, the Twix and the Wardroby by C.S Lewis
The Tart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad
Houmous Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari
Pitta Pan by J.M Barrie
The Salamic Verses by Salman Rushdie
One Flew Over a Cous Cous Nest by Ken Kesey (winner of Best Execution!)
Ginfinite Zest by David Foster Wallace
A Handmaid’s Kale by Margaret Atwood
On Her Majesty’s Dinner Service by Ian Fleming


Messico Famigliare by Natalia Ginsburg

Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff
The Bunality of Evil by Hannah Arendt
High Ryes by JG Ballard

Girlfriend in a Korma by Douglas Coupland

Focaccia in the Rye by JD Salinger

“Bye, Bel!”
The Bible

Orange Sunshine by Jeremy Reed

Three Men in a Goat by Jerome K. Jerome

Hamlet by…

The God of Small Wings by Arundhati Roy
A-toe-mint by Ian McEwan
Hostess Giulia Lindsay with A Shroom of One’s Own, winner of this year’s Judge’s Prize

Congratulations to Ekaterina Tomashchuk, winner of this year’s People’s Prize, for her entry Girlfriend in a Korma. 


Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

Birdthong by Thebathtian Faulkth

A regular at Edible Books, Bow-de-l’air greets the guests

Fetamorphosis by Franz Kafka
“As God is my witness, I’ll never be hungry again!”
Scone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell

Love Among the (P)ruins by Evelyn Waugh

Well this is awkward… Hosts Georgia and Giulia pronounced winners with their joint entry Scone With the Wind. Prize generously gifted by Judge Anna Orsini.


Memoirs of a Quicha by Arthur Golden
Diary of a Nobody by George and Weedon Grossmith
Olive et Twist by Charles Dickens
One Flew Over a Chicken Breast by Ken Kesey
Existential Thought and the Bean: A Brief History
Rolled Dahl
Move it people! Places to go, people to see! Apollinaire wows the crowd
Much A Do About Muffin by William Shakespeare
Congratulations to the winner Julian Keeling for his entry “Existential Thought and the Bean: A Brief History.”
Julian Keeling celebrates his bottle of olive oil in style with Style Judge Anna Orsini and Literary Judge Jason Goodwin.
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