These fun filled pages have lists of books that have been published within the last few years, but they are not just any books, they are books that are devour worthy reads !!
Miss Amanda Hocking did a great job with the forward in this book, and the author Christy Dority is a sheer genius!! She even gave us a few tips to hand out to you guys explaining exactly what you are supposed to do when it comes to a blogger cookbook.
Reating is what it's called, and I have never heard of a better idea, combining my two favorite past times, eating and reading.. ahh what a woman she is!!
Before I let you in on the tips Christy Dorrity gave all of us, I'm going to give you guys the WEBSITE where you can go and purchase this awesome book for your Kindle. It has some great recipes, like I hate Chocolate Cake, Raised by Magic Quick Bread, Sevenstar Gingerbread... and many many many more!!
Now without further ado Tips from the wonderful Christy Dorrity!!!
Tips for “Reating”—The Fusion of Books and Food.
One of the greatest pleasures in life is the combination of good food and good books. When all of the kids are in bed and the lights in the kitchen are off, get ready for some “me” time. Snuggle up with a good book and something yummy! Some people say that it is unhealthy to eat while you are reading, but if you follow these helpful tips, you can give yourself permission to enjoy the fusion of great reads and great eats.
5 “Reating Fusion” Tips
1. Choose a Great Book—one that you can’t wait to get into. If you need help choosing a read, there are loads of great book bloggers out there that give honest reports about what’s great and what’s not.
2. Pick a food that is a treat for you. My favorite reading treats are chocolate, if I’m craving sweets, or chips and salsa when I want something salty. My husband prefers to have seconds of dinner for his dessert—especially when we have tacos.
3. Portion out your treat into a serving size that makes sense for you. If you are going to have a treat that comes in a large container, such as a bad of potato chips or a box of malt balls, take out a sensible amount and put away the extra. That way you won’t mindlessly munch during the intense action scene in your novel.
4. Find a comfortable place to snuggle up. Some of my favorite spots include bed, a cozy couch with a soft-glow lamp, the back deck, a bench in the forest or park, and a hammock on the beach (I wish!).
5. Relax and enjoy yourself. Immerse yourself in the experience of a tasty read and adventurous foods.
What’s your favorite Reating Fusion blend?
To answer this question is actually kin of hard to do, I guess my favorite ( Danielle ) would have to be French Vanilla Latte with Raisin Bread :) .. I'm a breakfast person.. even at 11pm haha