Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Some cookbooks, no. 1

Avid Reader really is avid; I can't keep up. But here are some of my cookbooks. I really like reading Tessa Kiros's book, and the photographs are so beautiful. They are inspirational, really . . . and make me want to travel.

9 comments:

MotherPie said...

They look so lovely!!!

Merry xmas.

citizen of the world said...

There is something adictive about reading a good cookbook.

Avid Reader said...

I bet you bake a nice loaf of bread ~ Awhile back I heard Brother Victor being interviewed on NPR about his Monastery Cookbook & gardening. It was a good interview.

here is the link

http://www.monasterygreetings.com/Products.asp?PCID=30








minked !

Betty C. said...

Oh, how I love cookbooks. I wanted to stop piling them up, but got a great new one for Christmas.

Have a great holiday season!

dennis said...

Dennis likes a nice pork roast.

Reya Mellicker said...

I love reading cookbooks. Lots and lots of them, though I tend to return, again and again, to Joy of Cooking.

DineometerDeb said...

Lots of bread making books. Hm... Maybe there is a part time job at our favorite bakery for you ; )

I am really liking the word verification word today. I think I might start a blog with this title: Blerpolo.

edward said...

I like bread.

ruby-crowned kinglette said...

i haven't seen tessa's books yet, i mean to when i go shopping but then forget her name or the name of the books.... maybe this time.
also, love that marian cunninham 'breakfast book', especially the apple pancake, it is so buttery and custardy and good...
merry christmas and the best new year to you beth.