Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Cooking for Gracie: The Making of a Parent from Scratch by Keith Dixon
I've reviewed a bunch of cooking memoirs, but this one is different. This is from a father's perspective during the first year of his daughter's life as he cooks for himself and his wife, and indirectly, their newborn baby.
The recipes sounded great, but the ingredient lists were way too long for me, so I doubt that I will try any of the dishes described.
Touching and honest. Another title for this book could have been True Confessions About Being a Parent.
My only complaint is that the book ended rather abruptly. It could have used an Epilogue.
Posted by Elaine at 12:53 PM