I am by no means a chef. In fact it wasn’t until this last year that I cut out most of our frozen dinners. I have tried new things, cooking wise and some of them were great. Others, it’s best if we just forgot it ever happened. When I saw the description for Bread and Wine, I thought ‘i enjoy essays and i could use a few new recipes’. Niequist has inspired me. Never in my life would I have ever thought of making a risotto…I’m a baker…but now…i feel empowered and that I could do it, with a bottle of wine already opened of course. 🙂
She is an eloquent story teller and her, ideas of food and life lived around the table is totally my childhood. My husband and I love to try new foods, and it’s only fun if we both partake in the creating of the meal. To anyone that enjoys food, recipes, memoirs, and short shorties…read this. The only mistake I made was to read this at night before bed…I always went to bed hungry for Salted Toffee, Cookies, Caeser Salad and Sweet Potato Fries! Grab a copy of this and enjoy with friends over a fabulous glass of wine, HERE
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