It didn’t take me long to finish book two of thirteen! The second book in my challenge was Dinner: A Love Story.
I received this book as a gift from my husband for Valentine’s Day. I’d been wanting it for a long time.
I fell in love with it instantly. It does have a lot of recipes, but there is a great story about how the author’s family dinners evolved over the years. She in no way makes you feel guilty about your own approach to family dinners. In fact, she makes you feel like you can easily accomplish family dinners on your own terms, but that the important thing is the family bond it creates when you follow through.
I was able to really relate to so much of her story. We almost always sit down together and eat as a family, even if we’re just eating sandwiches. Not only is she relatable, but she’s really funny. I laughed a lot. She kept the writing light and entertaining.
I’m looking forward to trying out quite a few of the recipes and will definitely share my thoughts on them with you.
If you simply just enjoy cooking, enjoy cooking and are thinking of having a family, or enjoy cooking and already have a family, I would totally recommend picking up a copy of this book.
Now, on to the next…only I haven’t figured out what I want to read yet.
P.S. The sun is sort of shining today. I’ll take what I can get at this point…