In the Bookcase

6.13.2016

Sharing some tidbits on one of my favorite authors, Miss Alcott

"'Stay' is a charming word in a friend's vocabulary."
- Louisa May Alcott



Louisa May Alcott Reading Challenge ... JUNE 2016


I have a fun little post planned for today. First I wish to share some recipes I found online from a blog called 36 Eggs. What happens to be so interesting about these recipes is blogger Miko has recreated literary recipes -- from Little Women! I thought it was fun to read her recipes and see what she was able to accomplish with these literary-inspired dishes.


Jo’s Lobster Salad - Little Women recipe
Jo’s Lobster Salad



Hannah’s Bread - Little Women recipe
Hannah’s Bread



Jo’s Boiled Asparagus & Potatoes - Little Women recipe
Jo’s Boiled Asparagus & Potatoes




Next up on today's list? >> I leave you with this article found at Writing Gooder, entitled.... The Six: Six Things You Didn’t Know About Louisa May Alcott. There's some really good stuff to be found on this page, which Alcott fans will adore.


Enjoy!!! ... Oh, and I hope you're reading those Alcott books for the reading challenge. I'm nearing the end of one of my selections for the challenge -- and will be sharing shortly about it!



What book(s) are you reading for the LMA challenge this June?

* Remember, it can be any book or story penned by the hand of Miss Alcott, or written about her.


Not sure what to read for the challenge? Check out my [List of published titles by Louisa May Alcott] for some literary inspiration this June.




1 comment:

  1. Lily Ann6/15/2016

    Hmm! I might be interested in trying some Little Women inspired recipes!

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