Miryam: A Meditation

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AuthorHouse, Oct 1, 2002 - Fiction - 188 pages
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Peggy Love's Cookbook is much more than recipes for great home cooked foods, it is also a collection of the author's favorite stories surrounding her family. After sixty-plus years of life, four children, six grandchildren, a wonderful husband, and two great-grandchildren on the way, Peggy has collected not only hundreds of great recipes, but also hundreds of unique family stories.

There are thousands of cookbooks on the market that contain good recipes. But Peggy decided to award the cook with a little fun while standing around the kitchen. Included with the wonderful recipes are funny stories and favorite sayings to make you laugh while you prepare a meal. The stories come from real-life situations that happened to the author's family over the years.

Cooks of all ages will enjoy reading these stories. Older cooks will probably reminisce about similar situations and younger cooks will see situations they may someday encounter.

This book is fun and helpful. Peggy is not an exotic cook; her recipes are easy to prepare and the results will win the praise of family and friends. This is a book you will use over and over again. Now get ready to enjoy the author's favorite recipes and family stories.

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Capobianco is a past-President of Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.

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