The Gift of Bread: Recipes for the Heart and the Table - eBook
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Vendor: Worthy Inspired
Publication Date: 2017
Thirty-one chapters, each featuring detailed and easy to follow recipes for breads of every kind, celebrate the many ways we come together around the table. Whether you are a baker who enjoys thoughtful, inspirational writing or a reader who loves a good cookbook, you will find heartfelt stories and inspirations throughout this book. Expert tips, how-tos, and pointers will turn even a novice into a successful baker, and the writing will encourage readers to reach out and share their bounty with others, while thanking God for their daily bread.
Karen Whiting is an award-winning author of twenty-plus books and writes to strengthen families. A proficient crafter, Whiting's inspirational craft books have gone into several printings. A member of Officers Christian Fellowship for more than four decades, Karen is a widow, mother of five, and grandmother of nine. She lives in Rock Ledge, Florida.
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Ava PenningtonGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5The Gift of Bread is a Real GiftJuly 25, 2017Ava PenningtonGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In The Gift of Bread: Recipes for the Heart and the Table, Karen Whiting shares the legacy she received from her mother and grandmothers and offers it to her readers. This is not merely a book about bread. It's not a cookbook. It's not a history book, a devotional, or a Christian living book. The Gift of Bread is all those things bound in one volume. It is comfort food for both body and soul.
With the practiced skill of an experienced chef, Whiting whisks together recollections, biblical devotional thoughts, practical tips, and recipes. She folds information into each chapter related to one facet of bread-baking, and adds a dollop of "Lovin' from the Lord"a brief application of relevant biblical truth. Then Whiting stirs in "Lovin from the Oven," a tried-and-true recipe from either her own kitchen or that of a friend. Each chapter is sprinkled with "Food for Thought" and "A Morsel of Bread" to encourage readers to apply what they've read long after they've turned the pages or baked the bread.
The Gift of Bread will easily become a go-to resource for bread baking, whether you're an accomplished baker or a novice in the kitchen. Early in the book, Whiting expresses her desire for the reader: "as we taste and share bread together, your soul will be filled and you will feel satisfied." She got her wish.
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