Tags: Community & Outreach
December 07, 2012CUMMING, Ga. – While most mothers don't usually cook meals for ten or more people unless during the holidays, that is the regular setting at Tiffany Moen's dinner table in Cumming.
Her first cookbook, The Spices of My Life: A Culinary Collection of Recipes, Memories, and More, hits shelves for the first time this holiday season, making the perfect gift for those wondering what to serve for supper.
The cookbook is inspired by her large family with her husband and their eight children – five who were adopted from various countries –resulting in ten hungry mouths with varying palate preferences. The Spices of My Life: A Culinary Collection of Recipes, Memories, and More includes more flavor than the average cookbook and the encouragement to be resourceful. It's a story of Moen's diverse family and her experience incorporating her children's varied ethnic heritage to "stretch the dollars, feed the stomachs, and rejuvenate family meals". Many of her recipes have a new flair and flavor that doesn't make them more challenging to make, just more fun to eat.
Moen will be appearing at "Georgia's Finest Gift Store", Parsons in Cumming, on Dec. 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to meet fans and sign the first copies of her book. A signed copy of The Spices of My Life is sure to please even the trickiest person on your shopping list.
Those unable to make it to the signing can purchase signed copies of The Spices of My Life through BQB Publishing's http:/shop.boutiqueofqualitybooks.com.