Despite the fact that I have, ah, about zero time to ever sit down and read,
I remain a die hard book junkie.
At one stage last year I thought maybe the Kindle
would work for me................but no.
Not at all.
I need my book to be a book. Exactly.
This is what's on offer at the moment.
"Dinner A Love Story" I've had a while, purchasing after I stumbled upon this blog one night.
The idea of a family with two young children and two working parents who are able to put nutritious home-made meals on the table every single night (with enthusiasm, no less) intrigued me beyond belief.
As with most of my books, especially cook books, I go back and forth to it, taking snippets from it here and there. A good book to remind you of the importance of eating together, the importance of food and family.
"Screen Doors and Sweet Tea" was a Christmas gift, and feeds my fascination with Southern culture.
"Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day" I have had for a good two years and never made a single loaf of bread. But there's only so many years of your life you can bare the absolute rubbish that is supermarket bread, and I think the time has come. The master recipe requires Vital Wheat Gluten which, for the life of me I could only find online (seriously, if you can get that stuff at the local IGA I'll be so embarassed that I went and purchased online) so I await the arrival of that after which I plan to tackle to my first loaf.
Will keep you posted.