Book Reviews of Recipes and Wooden Spoons (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, Bk 3) (Large Print)

Recipes and Wooden Spoons (Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, Bk 3) (Large Print)
Recipes and Wooden Spoons - Tales from Grace Chapel Inn, Bk 3 - Large Print
Author: Judy Baer
ISBN-13: 9780786289240
ISBN-10: 0786289244
Publication Date: 9/20/2006
Pages: 384
Edition: Largeprint
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Thorndike Press
Book Type: Hardcover
Large Print: Yes
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I LOVE this series. Makes me want to go find their town and live there.
I believe this book is the 2nd in the series, with 32 (and counting) books so far in the series. Different authors, but same characters.
The flavor of the books remind me of Mitford-I'd like to live there too.
Books center around the lives of three sisters in their 50's and 60's.(?) After their father died, they decided to turn their childhood home into a bed and breakfast inn. All have different talents that contribute well in running the inn and with their guests.
This book is about the youngest sister who is the Inn's chef. She finds her mother's old handwritten cookbook. This is very important to her as her mother died when she was born and she has always felt left out by not knowing her mom. This book does include some recipes.
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Jane, the youngest sister, never knew her mother (Her mother died when she was born). One day when Jane was at the inn alone she goes up to the attic to look for Grandma's trunks and discovers a trunk that belonged to her mother. She discovers pictures and letters and one thing that Jane feels a connection to, a cookbook. Jane uses her mom's recipes and starts reading the notes her mother wrote and finally starts to feel like she is getting to know her mom. In the meantime, she is branching out and starting new ventures to help finance the inn. She also finally connects with her sisters and also helps others who are hurting that cross paths with the inn. There are also recipes sprinkled through out the book. I couldn't put it down.
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I LOVE this series. Makes me want to go find their town and live there.
I believe this book is the 2nd in the series, with 32 (and counting) books so far in the series. Different authors, but same characters.
The flavor of the books remind me of Mitford-I'd like to live there too.
Books center around the lives of three sisters in their 50's and 60's.(?) After their father died, they decide to turn their childhood home into a bed and breakfast inn. All have different talents that contribute well in running the inn and with their guests.
This book, in particular, includes some recipes.
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While cleaning out the cluttered basement of Grace Chapel Inn, Jane Howard finds an old cookbook brimming with her mother's recipes and handwritten notes. Jane has always been hungry for details about her mother, Madeleine, who died while giving birth to Jane. Through the precious, fragile pages of the recipe book, Jane comes to discover the spirit of the mother she never had the chance to know. And she comes to better understand her relationship with her two older sisters.

But when the inn gets busy and money troubles threaten, Jane wonders if moving back to Acorn Hill was a big mistake. Her crisis of faith leads to new questions and solutions for the inn--and for Jane herself.

This lively and engaging story will have readers excitedly waiting for the next title in the series, so they can learn more about the endearing Howard sisters.
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These are wonderful stories, makes you feel like you are there with all the charecters. I would love to live in a town like this one.
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I like this series a lot - very quick read and this installment had recipes that worked. Each book written by a different author, some better than others. This was a good one.
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