Dana Potowski is a restaurant critic, food writer, and longtime member of a progressive Unitarian Universalist congregation outside of L.A. When she is asked to be on the search committee for a new minister, Dana turns the experience into an opportunity to secretly pen a memoir . . . recipes included. The search committee is a motley assemblage of upper-middle-class liberals, aging hippies, socially conscious millennials, lawyers, and teachers that represent the congregation. If you love strong and strange personalities as well as group dynamics, this journey with its chronicle of "ecclesiastical politics in the age of wokeness" had me laughing aloud. This book will fill you with delight and empathy. It's so good you can't believe it!