A lot of my life revolves around food. I consider myself a foodie but beyond that, I create recipes weekly for Acme Fresh Market with photos and videos, and of course, I have an entire recipe category here on this blog. Food is work and fun for me. I love seeing people happy, enjoying the food I prepare, and I love hearing about how people enjoy the recipes I create with their families.
When I came across, Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA, I loved it already.
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Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA is a fun collection of food puns everyone can enjoy. I like to keep it out on my counter, especially when friends and family are over. People like to pick it up and flip through it while we chat around the bar and cook or bake. Some of them are fun visual puzzles that take a little thought, while others are immediately recognized.
Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA is divided into seven categories, letting readers test their knowledge of pop culture (think Celine Dijon and Robert Brownie, Jr.), tourist attractions (St. Peter’s Basilica), cartoon characters (Elmer Fudge) and much more.
All are intriguing as they are appetizing. It’s kind of like a coffee table book but for the kitchen.
Life is short not to laugh and have fun. This is the perfect book for anyone that loves to cook or back or any foodie on your Christmas list, it makes a great stocking stuffer for teens and older kids too.
Pick up your copy of Don’t Worry, Be Ha-PEA: 101 Deliciously Clever Food Puns today on Amazon.com.
About the Author
Marie Saba is a former lawyer, cookbook author and freelance content creator. Her playful creations have been featured in numerous media, including Bon Appetit and Food & Wine, as well as on The Rachel Ray Show and Martha Stewart Show. Marie lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband, John, and their two children, Jack and Elaine.