The ingredients: Why can't Gus find time to organise her own birthday party? Because shes too busy sorting out the problems of her friends and family; it seems everyone is facing a career challenge or a romantic dilemma.
The recipe: A series of Sunday suppers (televised, of course) that show real people making real food. And over delicious dishes, relaxed chat and a few bottles of wine, her guests find they have nourished their souls as well as tempting their tastebuds.
Comfort food. A celebration of life itself.
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About Kate Jacobs
Kate Jacobs left her native Canada to earn a graduate degree at New York University and made her home in Manhattan for a decade, where she worked at Redbook, Working Woman, Family Life and LifetimeTV.com. Currently she lives in Southern California with her husband. To find out more about her novel, visit Kates website at www.katejacobsbooks.com.
Comfort Food by Kate Jacobs
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