Hello, what a week it has been. I failed miserably at visiting the library and leaving with no books. I left with another 3 books, which were
Comfort Food by Kate Jacobs has been on my wish list for sometime. I spotted it and picked it up fairly quickly.
Nigella Christmas by Nigella Lawson. Nigella is almost an old friend. Just before Christmas I watched the final 20 minutes or so of her Christmas programme and knew that I wanted the book. It is a whopper, with a whopper price – £25. It oozes loveliness and it followed me home from the library. Not a brilliant move, as it was a fairly heavy book to carry, but having had a look through it was worth the weight! This book will be the subject of a few Weekend Cooking posts I am sure.
Gluten Free for Dummies is a book, in preparation for me. We are wondering if there is a Gluten problem with hubby, so doing a little bit of reading in advance. Over the years I have had various patients with Gluten issues, but when its your own family it takes a different slant.
Then last week I realised that I had missed one of the challenges that I had decided to participate in, War Through the Generations, which is featuring the American Revolution. You can read my vow and link on to the challenge page HERE
Yesterday I was made aware of The Progressive Book Club: A unique blog hop that’s an online book club and meets virtually on the third Wednesday of every month. This is hosted by M L Swift and looks promising, I immediately sign up! The first meet is on Wednesday, so it’s likely to feature in the Sunday Salon for next week.
That’s it for this week. Until next time….