Here are some mentions our book has gotten that made us super-happy, along with interviews where we discuss our research and writing process. It’s pretty great to connect with Little Women fans around the Internet, so if that’s you, we’d love to hear from you too!
“Little Women is legend, tradition. Behold The Little Women Cookbook. I want one.” — THE Anne Rice
Booklists & Reviews
“5 Great Cookbooks to Give Your Friends So They’ll Invite You To Dinner” by Susannah Felts
“10 Book and Snack Pairings for Maximum Holiday Coziness” by Kathleen Keenan
““How To Host A Reading Party” by Courtney Rodgers
La Mesa Courier
“Holiday cooking with local culinary authors” by Chelsie Harris
“The Best Fall Cookbooks of 2019, According to 2018’s Cookbook Stars” by Lauren Masur
Midwest Book Review
“The Little Women Cookbook” review
The Oberlin Alumni Magazine
“Get Ready to Make Meals Like a March Sister With This Little Women Cookbook” by Kelsie Gibson
Willow and Thatch
“6 Books to Read Before ‘Little Women’ (2019)” by Lauren Cutrone
Louisa May Alcott Is My Passion: The Podcast with Susan Hoyle Bailey
Episode 6: Podcast interview with Jenne Bergstrom and Miko Osada
With Susan, a devoted Louisa May Alcott fan and scholar, we give a little recap of 19th century culinary history and discuss the role of food in the novel.
The Herald Palladium/JaneAmmeson.blog
The Little Women Cookbook: Novel Takes on Classic Recipes from Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy and Friends by Jane Simon Ammeson
The Julian Journal
“Cooking With Classics: Two Women And Their Journey With Historic Recipes” by Angela McLaughlin
An interview with Jenne’s hometown newspaper.
The Alpine Sun
“Librarians’ big little cookbook idea” by Jessica Brodkin Webb
A feature from the town where Jenne works as a librarian.
KUSI News San Diego
Two San Diego County librarians publish cookbook inspired by literary classic, “Little Women”
See Jenne on the local news!
Much Ado About Little Women with Trix Wilkins
“Interviewing the Authors of The Little Women Cookbook“
Part 1: Tea with the Marches
Find out: If we could have tea with any March sister, which would we choose? What was the most enjoyable part of our writing process?
Part 2: Libraries Without Limits
What’s our favorite food-related scene in the book? What would we do with an unlimited library budget?