Divided into three parts each equal in charm and honesty, Cassoulet delves into the world of food as life as we are taken into stories as rich as the ingredients contained therein. Different writers explore food, family and learning to eat in a slow-cooked casserole of narratives that treat the most important aspects of life with the utmost respect.
The true story of a woman who loses her job and follows her dream to learn to
cook at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. Equal parts uncomfortable and exhilarating, we
feel what it’s like to discover a city, a skill and something about ourselves.
Love story, food memoir and more proof that it takes courage to really lead a
Tim Whyman’s house was full of life: children, cats, chickens and a dog. Then
came the mini-pigs, adorable and tiny. Hilarious adventures unfold as Tim
struggles to balance work from home with a growing brood. I laughed out loud at
the pigs’ antics and the author’s solutions and couldn’t wait to turn the page.