Chicken Soup for the Soul: Food and Love: 101 Stories Celebrating Special Times with Family and Friends... and Recipes Too!

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Simon and Schuster, Nov 22, 2011 - Self-Help - 400 pages
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Food is an expression love – both the romantic kind of love and the comforting kind of love between family and friends. With its savory, sweet, and sometimes spicy stories, this book will stir up memories, sprinkle in laughs, and warm hearts of readers.

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Food and Love will stir up those delectable feelings and memories that certain aromas and tastes always bring. Readers will relish in the succulent and tasty stories on how love and food together played a flavorful part in life, leaving them with a divine aftertaste and a pungent yearning to read more.

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Foreword Catherine Cassidy
Becoming a Cook Diane Stark
Always Room for Dessert
The Taste of Tradition
The Rescue Jami Perona 21 Knight in Shining Armor Lil Blosfield 22 Mango Love Lava Mueller 23 Love and Lattes Lisa Pawlak 24 Honeymoon M...
Along Came a Spider Debra Ayers Brown
Getting toKnow Jennifer Gina Lee Guilford
Pickled Egg Surprise Jeannie Dotson
Everything IWould Needto Know Barbara Ann Burris
Recipes from Taste of Home
Meet Our Contributors

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Amy Newmark is publisher and editor-in-chief of Chicken Soup for the Soul.
Catherine Cassidy is editor-in-chief of Taste of Home, the world’s number one food and entertaining magazine, as well as its cookbooks.
Former executive chef of the Waldorf-Astoria, John Doherty helps create and develop the Chicken Soup for the Soul Food line.

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