Wow! Well done everyone, that was a truly impressive list of food-related book titles.
Some of my particular favourites, from your suggestions:
The Best Thing That Can Happen To A Croissant - Pablo Tusset
Everything on a Waffle - Polly Horvarth
Real Men Don't Eat Quiche - Bruce Feirstein
Nathaniel's Nutmeg - Giles Milton
Fax Me A Bagel - Sharon Kahn
Crooked Cucumber - David Chadwick
An Embarrassment of Mangoes - Ann Vanderhoof
Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons - Lorna Landvik
but my favourite has to be I Have A Bed Made of Buttermilk Pancakes by Jaclyn Moriarty, so thank you Evie!
Looking through the books I have in Oxford (about a tenth of the ones I have in total) I could only muster four foody titles, some of which have been mentioned already:
Jam and Genius - Angela Milne (niece of AA, articles from Punch)
Tea Is So Intoxicating - Mary Essex (bought because of the title, and good fun - each chapter is prefixed by a tea-related saying, such as 'cold tea may be endured, but not cold looks')
Tea With Mr. Rochester - Frances Towers (yes, that is Mr. Jane Eyre)
Few Eggs and No Oranges - Vere Hodgson