I Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey

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AuthorHouse, 2001 - Poetry - 112 pages
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This book is about some of the wonderful dishes my sisters and myself had at home when we were growing up. Simple and on the table fast. My mother and grandmother were wonderful cooks , and I've tried to show some easy and good dishes that you will be proud to serve . Just good old fashion cooking , Oh' So Good Home Cooking !!

Brenda Kay

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About the author (2001)

Windham attended Paine College, Augusta, Georgia, and received his Bachelor's degree from Morris Brown College, Atlanta. Later he received his Master's degree in Public Administration from New York University. Revish began a long career in public service in 1968 beginning with the New York City Department of Social Services as a Caseworker, working with drug addicted individuals. He moved on to the New York State Division for Youth, addressing the needs of delinquent youth and their families. He was certified as a Cultural Awareness and Race Relations Trainer. He later moved on to the New York Stae Division of Human Rights from which he retired in 1999.

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