Life Happens When You're Cooking: Reflections Of A Life Filled With Love, Laughter, And A Passion For Cooking By Sue Collins Cannon (2015-05-03)

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Subscribing to the author's premise that the best food recipes are the ones passed down and around through family and friends, Life Happens When You're Cooking! provides many pages of cooking treasures. In this book, you can follow the pathway in the journey of a newly married young novice cook who now, at age 86, reflects on a "life filled with love, laughter, and a passion for cooking." Out of l...

Hardcover: 244 pages
Publisher: Bayside Printing Company, Inc. (2015)
ISBN-10: 0692570748
ISBN-13: 978-0692570746
Package Dimensions: 12.5 x 9.5 x 1 inches
Amazon Rank: 3402911
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essity, she learned the concept of presenting a meal as an expression of a gift of love. Learning to cook and loving to cook for others became a passion. The real treasures in this book are the original recipes that have come from the passionate spark which compels the cook to create. Perfecting Nan's Yeast Rolls led her to create other yeast breads, such as the focaccia bread and cinnamon rolls. Her signature recipe, Sue's Seafood Gumbo, was the culmination of many years of persistence to "get it right." The delicious cookie recipes demanded repeated pathways along her cooking journey. The recipes and photographs are interspersed with articles about life and food. In these the author shows her love for her family, her passion for cooking, and her joy in people. Stopping now and again along the way, she takes time to have a little fun with her poetry. In the Introduction she describes her book as a "personal conversation about cooking in which I share the recipes of my lifetime." Once can glimpse, at times, the former high school English teacher; at all times, one sees strong family ties. The author's perspective toward cooking as a gift and a blessing is manifested in the journey that has been her life.