Stacking the Shelves (562)

I am head over heels in love with both the cover of The Kamogawa Food Detectives as well as the premise of the story. I don’t know about you, but there are certainly meals from my childhood that I would love to recreate, meals that my grandma cooked and of course never wrote down any of the recipes. She also made the BEST chocolate chip cookies in the universe. She swore she got the recipe off the back of the Nestle’s semi-sweet chips bag just like everyone else, but I’ve never been able to recreate it and I’ve tried and Tried and TRIED! If I think back I can STILL see the cookie jar she kept them in and taste them and it’s been 50 years. Don’t think my mom wasn’t a good cook, because she was, but she just wasn’t quite as good as my grandma, something that my dad could not resist reminding her of just a bit too often.

For Review:
The 272 by Rachel L. Swarns
American Vikings by Martyn Whittock
The Good, the Bad, & the Uncanny edited by Jonathan Maberry
Hidden in Plain Sight by Rachel Stephens
The Kamogawa Food Detectives by Hisashi Kashiwai,translated by Jesse Kirkwood
The Life and Lies of Charles Dickens by Helena Kelly
The Memory of Animals by Claire Fuller
A Quantum Love Story by Mike Chen
Tali Girls by Siamak Herawi, translated by Sara Khalili
The Times That Try Men’s Souls by Joyce Lee Malcolm
The Tory’s Wife by Cynthia A. Kierner
The Truth of the Aleke (Forever Desert #2) by Moses Ose Utomi
Untold Power by Rebecca Boggs Roberts

Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
Magical Midlife Madness (Leveling Up #1) by K.F. Breene

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  1. I too would love to go back and recreate several of my Grandma’s cookie recipes and recipes from my Great-Grandmother who I had the pleasure of having in my life into my adulthood. I can still see the wood stove she used to make the best cabbage rolls I’ve ever experienced!
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