Stanley Tucci will share his adventures with food over the course of 12 months in a new memoir.

Gallery Books will publish the actor’s What I Ate in One Year (and related thoughts) this fall. The press describes the book as “a deliciously unique memoir chronicling a year’s worth of meals.”

Tucci, known for his performances in films including The Devil Wears Prada, The Lovely Bones, and The Hunger Games, has long been associated with all things culinary. He co-wrote, co-directed, and starred in the 1996 film Big Night, which introduced the Italian dish timpano to many moviegoers, and hosted the food-themed travel show Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy. He is also the author of two cookbooks and another memoir, Taste: My Life Through Food.

In his new memoir, Gallery says, Tucci chronicles a year of eating “in restaurants, kitchens, film sets, press junkets, at home and abroad, with friends, with family, with strangers, and occasionally just by himself.”

Tucci announced his memoir in an Instagram video, saying, “Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Or is it my new book? Yes, it is my—” He then drops one of the books he is holding, leading to someone off camera laughing.

“Anyway, it’s a new book that I wrote,” he continues. “I hope you read it.”

What I Ate in One Year is slated for publication on Oct. 15.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.