Thursday, October 27

Bless This Food

One of my favorite collaborations with Karen has just been re-released in a beautiful french-fold, over-size paperback. Bless This Food is a scrumptious cookbook, a guide to seasonal celebrations, an anthology of prayers and blessings, a cofee table display book, and a theology of food all rolled into a single volume. Besides that, it has my favorite cover of any of our books. Available in most fine bookstores and online services, the attendees at the King's Meadow Film Conference this weekend will have first shot at it here in Franklin--just in time for holiday giving!

6 comments:

Suzi said...

I am thrilled. I have been looking for copies of this to give away for Christmas presents and had finally resigned myself to the fact that there were none to be found. This solves half of my holiday shopping needs. Thanks so much!

Dr. Knox said...

What ever happened to the other cookbook you and your wife were planning to do? Wasn't it going to be called something like The Reformed Palate? I'd love to see that--along with your Chalmers books, the detective story set in Edinburgh, and a continuation of the Dan and Bea novels. You've tempted us in several of your talks. Now, your reading public is clamoring for the goods!

George said...

Someday maybe.

Miah's Dad said...

Someday soon, I hope.

Kim Anderson said...

Where exactly can we internet dwellers lay hands on an order form? Sounds wonderful!

George said...

You can just e-mail Amy at King's Meadow (amy@kingsmeadow.com) or Greg Wilbur at Standfast Books here in Franklin (buchan@standfastbooks.com) and they can get however many copies you might need.