I love cookbooks and received this one with pride.
Pride~In receiving a cookbook? Yes, pride ~ let me explain.
If you have the new Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood cookbook, please turn to the back ,page 216 please.
Now you know why I am so proud. There in row 14 is my daughters name !
No, I'm not getting paid to say this!
The recipes are based on everyday meals, plus some foods for special occasions. There is no need for exotic ingredients, since nearly every recipe is made from the staples we all keep in our homes.
Trisha has that southern hospitality gene and is a big believer that cooking for someone else is an act of love.
I highly recommend this as a gift for the cooks in your life and is a nice addition to my cookbook collection.
June 15, 2010
Don't panic, there are tea parties of all shapes and sizes and not all are the stuffed shirt variety.
It can be a Tea-for-Two with your daughter (or some day a daughter in-law).
With your besties (girlfriends), or the ladies group.
Hey you can even have a tea party all by yourself, I do it all the time!
Displaying my teapots are part of my daily joy, but don't let them just set there ~ use them.
They each have a story that lead them to you and setting on a shelf
is not the only way they want to go to that
'Great Tea Party in the Sky'
My teapot collection began with the small Hall Teapot in the center.
Isn't it sweet, it was my Grandmother Cora's teapot.
It has a small nick on its spout, but it is lovely just the same.
I'm not sure how old it is, I've had it for years now and who knows how long Cora had it in her possession.
It stayed in a Hope Chest for years, then in a cabinet, and now out on display where it should have been a long time ago. But it is at its very best when I have it full of steeping hot
Tea nestled up to some biscotti just for me.