Tuesday, February 6, 2024

Book Review and Giveaway: SERVING IN THE KITCHEN by Mrs. Sharon White



I have enjoyed many of Mrs. Sharon White's books over the years and have recently added 'Serving in the Kitchen' to my collection.

The 152-page book features recipes, advice, and encouragement for Christian homemakers based on Mrs. White's own experience and is divided into three parts.

'Part One' contains a selection of tips and ideas for help in the kitchen...stocking a pantry, setting a table, planning meals, managing portions, teaching children to help in the kitchen, packing lunches, preparing for picnics, setting a food budget, and more.

'Part Two' features information on serving meals and Mrs. White's own house specials...breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

In 'Part Three', Mrs. White shares several of her own, personal, family-favorite recipes. Black and white photos taken in Mrs. White's home are featured throughout the book.

To find out more, visit Mrs. White @ The Legacy of Home.

Now...for the giveaway!!!

If you would like an opportunity to win a copy of Serving in the Kitchen of your own, simply leave a comment below (or on my Hearth and Home Facebook page) telling one thing that you do to 'serve in the kitchen' at your home or an area that you feel you might need help in or would like to learn more about. That's it!

The giveaway starts today (Tuesday, February 6, 2024) and will run through Tuesday, February 27, 2024. A winner will be selected and announced on Wednesday, February 28, 2024. The winner will have 48 hours to make contact. If they have not done so within 48 hours an alternate winner will be selected. 

Until next time...
~Rebecca

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10 comments:

  1. Well, each morning I make a breakfast for a few days, and plan the lunch and dinners, I pre-pack my husband's breakfast and lunch, so he only has to grab it and go, and I also pre-set the coffee. I get up and pack it all, and make sure it's all healthy. I also try to make sure all of the dishes are washed and put away, either before my husband gets home, or at least prior to retiring for the evening. A clean sink in the morning, and clean counters, create a fresh, and positive start to the day for the both of us.

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    1. Sounds like you've got your kitchen well in hand, Kristina, and your husband is blessed, indeed, to have such a loving, industrious, and caring wife. Thanks for sharing! You are now entered in the current giveaway! Blessings, my friend! ❤️

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  2. What an awesome give away! I would love to learn more about food budgeting! Love ya, Angie

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    1. Thanks for sharing, Angie! You are now entered in the current giveaway! ❤️

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  3. Hi Rebecca!
    What an awesome giveaway!! This book sound right up my alley. I definitely need help with my pantry. I've been dreading tackling it too. But this is the year I get a real rhyme and reason with it all...or at least I'm determined to try. Lol Blessings xo

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    1. Hey, Carrie! The pantry is definitely a biggie, but 2024 is your year to get it under control! Your name is in the drawing! Thanks for stopping in! ❤️

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  4. Sounds like a good book! Currently in the kitchen I am working on making more items from scratch and focusing on healthier options. I am also working on coming up with a good budget and stocking up on staples.

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    1. Hey, Christy! Cooking from scratch, healthier options, budgeting, and stocking up on staples...definitely great areas to be working on! Your name is in the drawing! Thanks for stopping! ❤️

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  5. I have read many of Mrs. Whites posts. As for my kitchen, I need to clear out so much paperwork that has sprawled out from the table where I work. I also need to organize the cupboards so that I would not feel I am drowning when I open a cupboard door and everything seems determined to fall out! It is a very small space to store goods & work in, and I need to make better use of it. Annie

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    1. Thanks for stopping in, Annie, and for leaving a comment concerning the difficulties of small-space living. I understand, having dealth with some of that much of my life. You are now entered in the current giveaway! Blessings! ❤️

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