This one holds a very special place in my heart. When I lived in Birmingham, I was in a book club—a once disparate group of women who, over time and talk, grew to become some of my most trusted friends. One of our early reading selections was The Supper of the Lamb by Robert Farrar Capon. This book was endlessly rich, feeding us deep truths through meandering allegorical recipe sermons. The concept sounds a bit odd... but If you have an appetite for good food and a soft spot for endearing story-telling Episcopal priests, then you must get your hands on this title. Want to know what redemption and an onion have in common? Read it! Please, just read it.
The particular quote I choose for this print is both nostalgic and appetite-whetting. It reminds me of my own wedding supper: the day that I gathered with family and friends to feast on good food, wine, and pleasant company. We savored a decadent meal, enjoying it temporally while longingly looking towards our last home together.
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