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In this U-Haul are 42 boxes filled with 850 cookbooks. The remarkable Elaine Wallace from Wichita, Kansas gave up her precious collection to help rebuild The Culinary Cellar.
My fun and fabulous friend Madonna found the perfect cookbook, which describes New Orleans food with a bit of herself! Read on to see the incredible shrimp dish from the book.
Elaine Halford and I both lost precious items in a flood, which is why she decided to send me a box of cookbooks, one being perfect for today’s Royal Wedding.
You will never have to order take-out Thai food again if you buy this book! It’s amazing!
Thank you to all my readers for keeping up the past eight years!
What’s more visually beautiful than combining art and food in a magnificent cookbook? A Mississippi Palate wins on both counts.
Cookbooks are coming to me in such varied ways, sometimes with a whisper of someone from the past.