"For our teacher, Eknath Easwaran, who understood the appeal in the eyes of a glossy black calf on its way to the slaughterhouse many years ago and inspired us, and thousands of others like us, to give the gift of life."
- dedication in Laurel's Kitchen
The past couple of days, the mailman (or woman) has been good to me. Yesterday I received my copy of Knit. Sock. Love. and I'm already itching to make some socks, which is weird because I've only made a couple of pairs. It's just the photos. They're gorgeous.
And today, my copy of Laurel's Kitchen came. It's always amazing to find a great vegetarian cookbook, and for some reason, I love them even more if they're old. This cookbook was first published in 1976. This along with the Moosewood Cookbook, which was first published in 1977 are a must have for any vegetarians out there.
Also on the topic of books, I finished The Help by Kathryn Stockett this past weekend. Please read this book. That's really all I have to say. It will make you a better person.