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Books, Cookbooks, Family Values, Food and Drink

Incoming shelf-weight: Time for Dinner


I must admit that I don’t have a lot of time for reading and, despite my alternate identity as a web developer, I am a horrible non-adoptee of the concept of subscribed reading via technologies such as RSS. That said, there are a few exceptions.

One of the few blogs I “follow” (here meaning “remember to look at on a very occassional basis”) is Dinner: A Love Story. For those uninitiated parent-like-objects, I would highly recommend a perusal. For those in the know, you hardly need the introduction.

Imagine my glee when I finally realized that that blog’s author/editor was teaming up with a few of her compadres to create something much more up my alley: a cook book. Not just any cook book, either. A cook book with the same angle as the blog, which makes this particular read even MORE up my alley. Call me bowled over. Call me agog. Call me anything you like really, but just know that I may not hear you as I will be refreshing my amazon order in lust for my “order shipped” notification.

Time for Dinner: The Cookbook | dinner | Dinner: A Love Story.

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