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Food For Thought
by Deborah Rodin
Imagine wrapping your faith around a promise from God as you are creating a sausage encased in a delectable golden brioche crust. Or rejoice in the fact that your sins have been rolled away as you take up that rolling pin and fashion a lovely focaccia. Do you remember Jeremiahs visit to the potters house and the vital message he received? Its something to ponder as you prepare a Mediterranean-style fish baked in a clay pot.
Food for Thought is an enjoyable way to engage the believer who wants to grow in grace through the knowledge and application of Gods word. Many talented chefs have taken the wonderful edible provisions of God and created a unique dining experience. Why not honor the One who gave us these gifts by ruminating on His word in the culinary process?
About the Author:
Deborah Rodin is a professional violinist performing in a chamber orchestra, a body whose purpose is to engage its audience by producing a unified sound. As an integral part of the Body of Christ, she is aware of its need for unanimity in the expression of the gospel. This can only be done through following the beat of our Lord and through meditating on His word. Having been a member of the Italian National Radio Orchestra of Turin, Deborah experienced the fine Piemontese cuisine. This has encouraged her to create her own recipes with a European flair.
(2017, Plastic Coil Binding, 136 pages)
"Deborah Rodin lovingly shares her journey with God through scripture, story, and mouth-watering recipes she's created, tested, and enjoyed with family and friends. A multi-faceted human being -- professional musician, recording artist, writer and gourmet -- Deborah thinks and writes in the language of metaphor. The photos alone of her many culinary delights will captivate you. And there is so very much more. I highly recommend this book."
— Judy Ringer, Author, “Unlikely Teachers: Finding the Hidden Gifts in Daily Conflict"