If you’re looking for thinspiration, skip this post.
My gorgeous client Tina is the co-author of The Ski House Cookbook, which, as the cover cutely explains, is a collection of “Warm Winter Dishes for Cold Weather Fun.” Even cuter: each recipe has a difficulty rating just like ski runs do. Beware of the black diamond-rated Sticky Toffee Pudding!
I don’t cook OR ski and I still love this book. It looks so delicious that I’m just going to lick it whenever I get really hungry and can’t figure out how to boil water. That means you people who cook and/or ski have no excuse. When you make the Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake, you can invite me over. But you better make two of them, because I eat a lot!
I think this is a great holiday present for anyone who can understand the first few words of the introduction to the Jibbers’ Enchiladas recipe: “To jib is to huck oneself off a terrain park feature…” Huh? I have no idea what that means. Tina is obviously multilingual; I am more impressed by the minute. Seriously, go here and buy this book or go huck yourself!