Friday, February 25, 2011

Finally, I Get My Act Together & Do A Video Friday Finds

Finds Mentioned:
Tokyo Fiancée, by Amélie Nothomb (Europa Editions)
Alice's Tea Cup: Delectable Recipes for Scones, Cakes, Sandwiches, and More from New York's Most Whimsical Tea Spot by Haley Fox (William Morrow Cookbooks)

Other Books Mentioned:
Hygiene and the Assassin, by Amélie Nothomb (Europa Editions)

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bermudaonion said...

Tokyo Fiancee sounds fabulous!

Anonymous said...

I'm back! The books sound very good! I love going to tea; makes me want to go to NYC right now.
Hope you have a fabulous day and a wonderful weekend.

Zibilee said...

Marie! So glad to "see" you again! The books look great, and like Kathy, I think Tokyo Fiancee sounds really good. I will wait on your final verdict though!

Anonymous said...

The books sound great! Enjoy.

Anonymous said...

that tea house sounds Fantastic! will have to look into that cookbook.

i need to pick a few books for the week from the pile i've accumulated; primarily, i need to balance out the juvenile fiction i've been reading of late.

is good to see you. the vlog turned out nicely.


Nana Fredua-Agyeman said...

Cook book? not my thing but I know how much you love cooking, at least you have always said so. Enjoy the books and thanks for coming back with vlog.

Kathleen said...

I think that cookbook would be a dangerous thing for me to have in my house. I love scones and so it is probably better that I don't know how to make them!

avisannschild said...

I love tea and scones, but now that I'm on a gluten-free diet, it's hard to go out for them. (I do have a yummy recipe for gluten-free lemon scones, which I must make again soon...) Still, I'm kinda sad I didn't go to Alice's Tea Cup when we were in NYC last May!

I've been meaning to read Amélie Northomb for years, but still haven't gotten around to it!

Glad you managed to produce a vlog you were happy with!