Talking Back to Cookbooks and More
In my latest vodcast, I discuss the “Talking Back to Cookbooks” newspaper article and how we interact with cookbooks. Oh, and I also talk about “The Child” and Bone Broth in the Mandalorian TV series.
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Talking Back to Cookbooks
I wanted to share this Wall Street Journal article with you because it really spoke to me. The article talks about how people like to write in their cookbooks by expanding on directions, changing ingredients, and more. I thought this practice was commonplace since I am one of those people who write in my cookbooks all the time.
But apparently, it was not as common as I thought. However, during the events of recent times, many people have turned to their cookbooks as there is more home cooking taking place. And guess what? Everyone is making notes in their cookbooks, or as the newspaper article puts it, they’re “talking back to cookbooks!”
See my Recommended Reading section for some of the books that I talk about (and talk back to) in my vodcast.
Bone Broth and The Mandalorian
It’s no secret that my family is a big fan of Star Wars. (Our son named our dog Obi-Wan or Obi for short.) In my latest vodcast, I talk about how much I enjoyed The Mandalorian TV series on Disney+ last year since it introduced a whole new audience to bone broth and to enjoy sipping bone broth in the same way that The Child did in the TV series.
Here are a few of the figures that my husband got for me. The figures are ordered from the smallest to the largest in size, and they all keep me company in my kitchen.
Season 2 of The Mandalorian starts on October 30, 2020, so you’ll know where I’ll be on that Friday!
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