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Susan Muto invites you to experience meals as sacred time. Her love for cooking permeates this book, as she shares her memories of growing up in an Italian family with a mother who also loved to cook. Muto's stories make you feel as if you are right there in the kitchen with her and her mother as they go about preparing meals, each of which becomes an opportunity to experience the goodness of God through the food we eat and the company we share. She also includes recipes that are simple to prepare, using ingredients that are readily available. Whether you are a novice cook, highly experienced, or just enjoy good food, this book will bring you to a new understanding of the gift we share when we take the time to eat well.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Franciscan Media
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Muto emphasizes the importance of taking time to slow down and savor the cooking process as well as our meals. To this end the recipes she provides are easy to do, using ingredients that are readily available and simple to prepare. Her stories ring true with warmth and accessibility and highlight the sense that sharing a meal recalls the Eucharist.
Whether you are a novice cook or highly experienced, or just enjoy good food, this book will bring you to a new understanding of the gift we share when we take the time to eat well.