All I can say after reading this little gem is: I am hungry! 

No, seriously, What an amazing book! I happen to be a self-taught chef myself, not that I cook for a restaurant – but one of my favorite things to do is invite over friends for a meal. When I first started reading this book I was so captivated by the stories and poems, it was really and sincerely overwhelming. Such an incredible message!

Milton Brasher-Cunningham has done an incredible job of tying the eucharist and the very Sacrament Himself into one – that I will never be able to see communion the same again. Feasting on the lamb that was slain. Seeing him in my brothers and sisters every time we sit down for a meal. It is reality – we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses. They are all looking in on and enjoying the dinners as we share them together.

I don’t want to say more – you really just need to read the book. My words just wouldn’t be able to do it justice.

Get a copy at Amazon here:

Check out Milton’s personal blog and recipe site here:

and here is a video with a short clip that I read from the book on youtube: