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Feb 25 2014 3:30pm

Food Is Life: Gastronomique Romance for Our Food-Obsessed Culture

Country Heaven by Ava MilesToday we're joined by author Ava Miles, whose Country Heaven has just been released. Country Heaven features a romance between a bad boy country singer and the sassy chef he hires for his next tour. The intersection between romance and food can be a deliciously romantic one, as Ava explains. Thanks, Ava!

Let’s face it. We all have a powerful relationship with food. We’re either talking about what we’re going to eat, posting a recipe on Pinterest, talking about why we can’t or shouldn’t eat that (extra piece of chocolate, say), wailing that we should be on a diet, or heading to the gym to work off our latest meal. There’s no escaping it. And in our food-obsessed culture, we’re not just eating food. We’re reading about it in the many successful foodie romances or watching it on TV as part of our evening entertainment.

Food is life. There’s no escaping it.

[And we don't want to...]