Susan Rebecca White
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Q. If you could eat only one thing for the rest of your days, what would it be?
A. Cheese. But I want all kinds of cheeses, from sheep, goat, and cow's milk. And maybe a little bread and quince paste to accompany them? ;)
Q. What’s your fantasy profession?
A. Owning my own restaurant.
Q. If you could acquire any talent, what would it be?
A. I would love to know how to make really good puff pastry so that I could make homemade chocolate croissant. I would also love to be a really good singer. Oh! And be fluent in Spanish and Italian.
Q. What are your 5 favorite songs?
A. "I Want to Sing that Rock and Roll" by Gillian Welch and David Rawlings. "Suspicious Minds" sung by Elvis. "Prayer Without Words" by Mary Guathier. "Trouble" by Cat Stevens. "Black Flowers" by Yo La Tengo.
April 28, 2009Mother’s Day Contest My sister, Lauren Myracle, YA author extraordinaire, has a fantastic new book coming out titled Peace, Love and Baby Ducks. To celebrate its May 14th release she is running a ducky contest on her website. Check it out at http://laurenmyracle.com/blog.html. Lauren is having so much fun with her contest that I decided to run one, too…and so, (drum roll, please) to honor the mothers and daughters who live within the pages of Bound South, and to honor real-live mothers everywhere (or the memories of those mothers,) I am running a mother of a mother’s day contest, the RUTH’S RIGHTEOUS BROWNIES GIVEAWAY!! And who,... see more
November 17, 2008I have always loved to cook.
My mother swears that I successfully cracked my first egg when I was two.
At eight I’d write the grocery list, and Mom would drop me off at the A&P while she ran other errands. Ladies would watch, bemused, as I tapped one melon after another, listening for the hollow sound that is the telltale sign of ripeness.
I fixed chicken with wild mushrooms for my grandmother once when she was babysitting, writing the menu on my mother’s thick stationary and beginning the evening by offering Grandma a cocktail.
I was eleven.
During college, while my friends were... see more