So so. It was a light enjoyable listen for the most part. But I sort of was hoping for it to be over at the same time. It wasn't a very compelling story nor very enlightening in the kitchen. I appreciated her desire to help America get back in the kitchen.
Yes. Although her characters were not memorable I'd be interested if only for the kitchen tips. The characters were interesting enough just not well developed past their initial encounter. I couldn't remember who was who. I did like the relationship between her and her husband.
As far as the culinary aspect, which is why I chose the book, I felt a bit gipped. I want to learn more about putting it all together and this really wasn't all too helpful. It seemed more novel than kitchen info. I would have preferred the reverse.
Was she drunk?
Sure. I think any of the cooking lessons could go into far more depth. But I sure hope she uses a different reader and gets some help in making it more interesting and followable.
A few PDF's of recipes and tips would be great.
Well rounded, theoretical, solid.
Exercises, and to be kind to oneself-
Vocal Delivery. It seemed a bit too monotone.
Parenthood and Love
I thought this book was very useful. I had to listen with a friend just to get through it. It wasn't a very exciting book. It was great as a group listening and sharing tool. I think the author had a lot of integrity. She really tied in both the parent paradigm and loving disciplinary approach.
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