Alice Eats Wonderland

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Applewood Books, 2009 - Cooking - 120 pages
This cookbook adventure is based on Lewis Carroll's masterpiece, ""Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."" The cookbook contains one or more excerpts from each of the twelve chapters of the original story, but each has been given a new twist, with the theme that Alice, like most children, is more or less constantly hungry. Her appetite is assuaged only by her pursuit of the animal characters (and some of the vegetables) that appear in the story. Alice learns to prepare, cook, and consume these, with the help of the included recipes. Although many of the characters seem, alas, to be transformed into edible dishes during the adventure, the story has a surprisingly happy ending.

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August A. Imholtz, Jr. is a longtime member of the Lewis Carroll Society, the Lewis Carroll Society of North America, and the Japanese and Canadian Carroll societies. He is the author of numerous articles and works on Lewis Carroll and is a former president of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America. He has lived in the Washington, D.C. area for more than thirty years and formerly worked for the privately owned Congressional Information Service. As of 2004 he is vice president of Readex Digital, an organization specializing in the digitization of large collections of Congressional and other historical collections of Americana.

Alison Tannenbaum is a member of the Lewis Carroll Society of North America and a contributor to the Society newsletter, "The Knight Letter." She worked as a neuro-biologist for 40 years and is a landscape designer.

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