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Review: Fall in Love with Emma Donoghue’s ‘The Wonder’

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“Lib wrote down, 1:13 p.m., 1 tsp. water. Not that quantity mattered, she supposed, except that she wanted to be able to give a full account of anything the child ingested on her watch.” For fans of historic classics such as The Kite Runner and Angela’s Ashes, The Wonder (Little, Brown & Company, September 20, 2016) will have you on a suspicious journey of religion and ethics. Warning: You may want to add this book to the top of your reading list. To say Emma Donoghue has a way with words is an understatement. For those who have read her heart-stopping novel, Room, you understand exactly what I’m talking about. The way Donoghue captures the voice of 5-year-old Jack is reflected perfectly in…

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HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY! Enjoy Irish food any day

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Just about everyone celebrates St. Paddy’s Day in one form or another — gallivanting in a leprechaun costume down the streets of your local parade, baking Irish soda bread and sipping on an ice cold pint of beer or by discussing what to eat in an adorkable video on YouTube. This year, we’re celebrating with the latter at the mercy of SORTED Food‘s charming lads where they talk (in delightful British accents) about odd sounding Irish dishes such as Boxty, Coddle or Barmbrack. Watch “What to Eat on St. Patrick’s Day”   But that’s not all. After watching these two Irish enthusiasts celebrate with a full stomach (and full glasses) we were inspired to check out some cookbooks perfect for…

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