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Sutter Home: Entertaining Tip: Aunty Lee’s Deadly Specials
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Aunty Lee says adding a little ginger to any dish never hurt anybody! According to both traditional Chinese medicine and traditional Malay jamu, ginger has many healing and balancing properties, including the ability to warm the blood and soothe the digestive system.
Three Story House
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This month’s book club feature, Courtney Miller Santo’s Three Story House, is a three-part book of love, friendship, and aspiration as discovered by each character. Approaching their thirties, three cousins discover that the foundation for their future happiness may lie within the failures in love...
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Because my father, like me, is the oldest of seven children, the guest list of every event our family ever hosted consisted exclusively of people we shared DNA with. As a result, when I moved with my husband and two children to Memphis, I knew very little about entertaining, especially Southern...
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Are you ready for an extraordinary tale of murder and moonshine? Sutter Home is featuring Tom Franklin’s The Tilted World for our July Book Club. Be transported to the year 1927, following federal agents Ted Ingersoll and Ham Johnson, as they investigate the disappearance of two fellow agents. The...
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This month’s Sutter Home Book Club selection is an enchanting story of lobsters, loyalty, and love. The From-Aways by CJ Hauser follows Leah and Quinn on their journey to Maine in search of their roots. These complicated and spunky heroines end up finding more love, heartbreak, and friendship than...
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Sutter Home’s May Book club pick is a scandalous story that uncovers secrets, second chances and the hidden connections that unite our lives. One Hundred Names by Cecelia Ahern recounts the tangled setbacks of journalist, Kitty Logan’s life. Constance, the woman who taught Kitty everything, is...
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Sutter Home’s April Book Club pick is an intoxicating tale of family, friendship, self-discovery, and love. The Last Original Wife by Dorothea Benton Frank follows Leslie Anne Greene Carter, a southern socialite, through her journey to rediscover the carefree girl she once was. Daring to listen to...
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Sutter Home March Book Club features Deborah Crombie’s The Sound of Broken Glass . A captivating mystery, the book follows Scotland Yard detectives Duncan Kincaid and Gemma James as they investigate a murder that leads them to realize nothing is what it seems. Enjoy discussing this page-turner,...
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To celebrate the month of love, our February Book Club pick is an emotional, romantic comedy. Big Girl Panties by Stephanie Evanovich will take you into the world of Holly Brennan, a widow at the age of thirty-two. When Holly decides to get back into shape, she winds up getting her groove back –...
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To kick off Sutter Home Social Hour gather your friends together for a fun night of food, drinks and lively discussion. Our January Book Club pick is Somewhere in France by Jennifer Robson. This daring novel chronicles a young woman who risks her life to follow her dreams during World War I. Invite...