Thursday, July 18, 2013

Review of the book We laugh, We Cry, We Cook by Becky Johnson and Rachel Randolph

I really enjoyed this book. I read it all in one day. This book is about a family and there love for each other and for cooking. The book shares heartfelt stories and recipes. I especially liked the reciepe for chocolate pie.

All it takes to cook the pie is milk, sugar, cocoa, flour, egg yolks, vanilla and pie shells and then it tells you step by step instrucstions on how to bake this yummy pie. I cannot wait to make it myself.

I didn't really see this book as a Christian book but a book anyone could enjoy and wasn't really that religious to me in nature.It is more like a cookbook which I can learn from because right now I don't really cook and could learn to make more meals for my husband who right now does most of the cooking. He cooks really good stuff like tri-trip or fried chicken. I eat really bad food and I need to learn how to cook more healthy for my health. I am a bit overweight and could stand to lose a few pounds. I eat junk like ice-cream or cookies which is bad for me because I can't just eat one portion, I have to eat everyday which annoys my husband, which is he gets mad when I bring into the house because I will just eat it and there won't be any left for him. And plus when I eat icecream I get sick to my stomach so it defeats the purpose.
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