Molly Wizenberg, creator of the award-winning blog Orangette, brings readers a tender and touching memoir about life, love, loss, and food--recipes included.
- A memoir with a practical purpose and a cookbook with a life beyond the kitchen: Molly Wizenberg shares stories of any everyday life and a way of eating that is inspiring, playful, and mindful. From her father's French toast to her husband Brandon's pickles to her chocolate wedding cakes, A Homemade Life is a story about the lessons we can learn in the kitchen: who we are, who we love, and who we want to be.
- Fresh, down to earth recipes: The fifty recipes that accompany Molly's writing are an integral part of her story. Honest and delicious, they are full of fresh flavors, as appealing to the novice as to the experienced cook.
- An established following: Wizenberg's blog, Orangette, won Best Overall Food Blog at the 2005 Food Blog Awards, an international competition that included thousands of sites. With over 3,000 people visiting her site every day, forty percent of whom are returning visitors, and a monthly column in Bon Appetitmagazine, Wizenberg's book is eagerly anticipated.