Beyond the insanity of feeding your family, Kathy delves into the crazy world of dinner and birthday parties, the inevitable feeding of the in-laws and other guests, plus dining out and the not always convenient conveniences.

Reading Shut Up and Eat is almost like sitting down and having a conversation with a friend (with the exception that none of my friends are as funny as she is). Even the recipes included in the book, ones that seem to have passed her family’s scrutiny test, are funny to read.

I often found myself laughing out-loud or nodding my head in knowing understanding as I read through the book. I especially loved the quotes at the start of each chapter; one famous quote and one counter quote from Kathy Buckworth on how insane or outdated the famous quote is. I don’t usually give myself time to read but Shut Up and Eat was a fun, cheeky read that I thoroughly enjoyed. And hey, if some of Kathy’s recipes worked with her kids, they might just work with mine too.

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And mostly the reason we have a charcoal bbq is because I was in a Home Depot and I said to my then 15yo son “We used to have one of those when I was a kid. I should get that.” And he said “Can you spend $149 without asking Dad?”
So of course I bought it. WITHOUT ASKING DAD.

Just hanging out waiting for tomorrow when my Grandma’s radio show is on the air @zoomerradio

Tune in to #GoToGrandma at 7:30am on AM740, 96.7FM Toronto or http://zoomerradio.ca

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