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Food: A Love Story

I just finished reading Jim Gaffigan's book  Food: A Love Story.
It was laugh out loud funny.  I highly recommend it to anyone who likes to eat
french fries and donuts with reckless abandon.  I'm already thinking of all
the people I know that would love it.

Shannon Stacey's book Falling for Max is one that I've just started reading.  I love the hero. He is the opposite of an alpha hero and that's what I like about him.  He's a little cerebral with no social skills. It seems like a re-imagining of My Fair Lady.  He meets a waitress that is going to help him become more dateable.  Although I can see where it's going, it's a great read so far.

If anyone has a good book they'd recommend, I'm always looking for something new to read.

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Cake Mix Cobbler

When I need a break from writing, I bake! We have peaches on our tree and frozen berries. This is the perfect recipe for using both. Versions of this recipe are all over the internet. This is my version that is tweaked a little to use less cake mix to make it more of a crumble than a cake.

Here is the recipe:

Peach/Berry Cobbler

Grease 8X8 pan

3-4 cups of fresh or frozen peaches and berries
1 1/4 cups of yellow cake mix
1/4 cup of melted butter

Put the fruit in the pan and sprinkle the cake mix over the top.
Drizzle the butter over the top of the cake mix.

Bake for 45 minutes at 375.

If you have super tart fruit, like blackberries, feel free to toss them with sugar before adding the topping. I find peaches are sweet enough and don't need the added sugar. We like to serve it with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

Bon Apetit!


The Happy Hausfrau

One of my favorite blogs to read is The Happy Hausfrau.
It chronicles the raising of kids post divorce.  While, I'm grateful
that I can't relate on a personal level, I love her posts about momdum.
She seems like a real survivor.  If you are looking for compelling reading,
check it out, you won't regret it.