Sunday, September 4, 2011

Take Big Bites, by Linda Ellerbee

This is a wonderful book!

More than just a great read, it gives you the opportunity to examine not only the choices made by Ms. Ellerbee but your own as well. We all take risks, we all think from time to time, "did I make the right choice". We all need to look back and see that life was one great adventure.

This book could also have been titled " How I worked very hard and cooked up a great life, full of wonder and memories."

One could assert that these lessons are disguised within the chapters. After each adventure, arranged chronologically through the years, there is a recipe to share or end the story.

This recipe touched my heart.


Oranges for Children
adapted from:
From Chapter Fourteen, set in the year 2002

Step 1:

Buy a bag of oranges.

Step 2:

Give them to children, that don't have oranges.




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11 comments:

Donnie said...

That is a perfect recipe for this Sunday morning. Have a wonderful Labor Day.

kitchen flavours said...

Hi Melynda, I've just linked up a muffin recipe to share.
The oranges are definitely a sweet recipe to share!
Have a lovely week, Melynda!

Pam said...

I love those kind of cookbooks, so much more than just recipes!

laurie said...

I also love those kindof cookbooks, and these do look like sunday morning muffins,

Brenda said...

Hi Melynda,

I've linked up 3 recipes. Hope you're having a fun weekend camping!

Miz Helen said...

Hi Melynda,
I am sharing my Austin Black Beans from a The Homesick Texas by Lisa Fain. Hope you are having a great holiday and thanks for hosting!

April @ The 21st Century Housewife said...

What a lovely book, Melynda! And I like your zucchini bread too! Thank you for hosting :)

Tiffanee said...

So perfect just for today!! Happy Labor Day!!

kitchen flavours said...

Hi Melynda, I've brought another cake to share. Thank you for hosting!

Sage Trifle said...

I see some good looking food linked here. I pulled an older post forward, for Cream Cheese Banana Bread. It is a recipe shared by my Mother, and is really delicious.

MM said...

That's one of the best recipes I've seen. And easy to follow too!

This week I made a traditional Cajun breakfast dish from one of my favorite cookbooks (because of the anecdotes).