Looking through all the incredible cookbooks I have been receiving made me think how food was such an important part of the rebuilding process.
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The joy of cooking brings people together across generations, and then one day something lands on your kitchen table and that bond becomes forever.
I had many dozens of state cookbooks and hardly any survived the flood, but this wonderful Maine book somehow made it through.
When I needed a babysitter, Leigh was there. A flood? Leigh was there. A saver of cookbooks? Leigh. Who is Leigh, you ask. Read and find out.
The kindness of strangers never ceases to amaze me. Ever since the flood, cookbooks show up on my door step regularly. These were the first.
My new Friday blogs to be known as “Flood Survivor Friday,” will feature books and other items that survived the flood which destroyed my Culinary Cellar.
It’s time to rebuild the Culinary Cellar.
Perla Meyers became an instant favorite of mine with this cookbook. I’ve been cooking from her books since the 1970’s.