Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Food and What Feeds Us

Our New Book!
Food and What Feeds Us

Stories, memoir, poetry, recipes.
Separate recipe section.
205 pgs.
$18.95 + $3.s/h.

From the back cover:

“Open the pages of this book and sit down at the kitchen table; you’ll find yourself enjoying the company and wisdom of women who share their memories, and their recipes. From the cucumber salad served in a small city apartment, to the strawberry patches of rural Wisconsin, to the Cotswolds of England, you are in for a grand culinary excursion. Along the way, you’ll find the anecdotes and recollections are as nourishing
as the food.” Jennie L. Brown, author Blue Moon Rising: Kentucky Women in Transition, a workshop director for the International Women’s Writing Guild, named Professor Emeritus by Western Kentucky University.

“Everyone has a story of food somewhere in their life. A Week’s Worth of Women has captured the warmth and sometimes humor of many, touching that inner spot where we keep our own special memories of the table. I highly recommend reading this book near the kitchen for surely you’ll want to start cooking. Brava to each of the authors.” Arlene S. Bice, author of Life & Labyrinth and The Reading Corner, a book review column for the Register-News.

“A poignant and touching collection of food stories complete with recipes. Hearts, bellies, and memories connected. It’s just how it always seems to be!” Cindy Morris, msw

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