Serve it Forth: Cooking with Anne McCaffrey

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Anne McCaffrey, John Betancourt
Warner Books, 1996 - Cooking - 208 pages
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How do the world's great science fiction and fantasy authorsfeed themselves when they're not whipping up tales of wonder? What did they eat before they were famous--and what do they serve to their friends? Compiled and annotated by bestselling author Anne McCaffrey this book is an unparalleled collection of recipes submitted by the writers themselves. Each wonderful, dunce-proof recipes is accompanied by personal notes from the author-chefs, as they guide you into the preparation of each repast.

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I don't have much to add that other folks haven't already said. It's a fun cookbook, with interesting commentary. The author list is a little dated now, but the recipes and stories hold up well! Read full review

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This is my favorite cookbook, even above the Betty Crocker Bible. It contains the only chili recipe that I will eat (Death to the Enemies of the Revolution Chili) and the sweet and sour pork recipe ... Read full review

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About the author (1996)

Anne McCaffrey was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts on April 1, 1926. She received a degree in Slavonic languages from Radcliffe College. She worked in advertising for Helena Rubenstein from 1947 to 1952. Her first publication was a short story in Science Fiction Magazine, and her first novel, Restoree, was published in 1967. She is a well-known author of over 100 books, mostly science fiction, including the Dragonriders of Pern series, the Crystal Singer series, Acorna's Children series, The Twins of Petaybee series, and Barque Cats series. She won numerous awards including the Hugo Award for Best Novella for the short story Weyr Search in 1968 and the Nebula Award for Best Novella for Dragonrider in 1969. In 2006, she was inducted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame. She has also written books under the pseudonym Jody Lynn. She died of a stroke on November 21, 2011 at the age of 85.

John Gregory Betancourt is a bestselling author with several Star Trek novels to his credit including Voyager: Incident at Arbuk and Deep Space Nine: Heart of the Warrior.

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