By Joan Hallmark email@example.com
Debbie Davis describes her cookbook "I Overcooked My Family: But the Muffins Turned Out Alright" as "a mixing bowl journey." Looking into her own mixing bowl trying to decide which family traditions to include in the book, she came to the realization of how important food was to family togetherness.Writing the cookbook has helped heal Debbie's relationship with her daughter Marissa and she hopes the recorded experiences and recipes in the book help "feed other family's souls."
Debbie set up a publishing company to publish the cookbook so she could contribute five dollars from the sale of each book to charity. The site, MutterflyPress.com can also be accessed for fund raising by other charities. Copies of "I Overcooked My Family" are available at LaWaffleta in Mineola and at Parent Services Center in Tyler.