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Kitchenary: Birth to Zucchini

Peggy H. Landis

Published by Xlibris
ISBN 10: 147978351X / ISBN 13: 9781479783519
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Title: Kitchenary: Birth to Zucchini

Publisher: Xlibris

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Book Type: Hardcover

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Hardcover. 288 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 6.2in. x 1.2in.In the autumn of her life, Landis harvests the stories of her seventy years. Here are stories of friendship and forgiveness, heritage and hospitality, generosity and gratitude, loss and love, and the people of a lifetime with whom she has broken bread. The memoir is a series of key words arranged alphabetically to construct a dictionary of her life. She coins the work Kitchenary to link the significance of food, its flavors and aromas, to memory. Because food evokes strong emotions, it recalls people and places to mind. When Landis tastes the smoky tartness of hot bacon dressing it conjures up a picture of her mother gathering the early spring shoots of dandelion along the farm fencerows to make a green salad. Food is the theme that binds the essays together. Realizing how our need and enjoyment of food remain constant, even though many aspects of family life change, she uses this medium as the connecting point across generations. Fifty-seven recipes are included, all from the kitchens of Landis, her family and friends. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781479783519

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Synopsis: In the autumn of her life, Landis harvests the stories of her seventy years. Here are stories of friendship and forgiveness, heritage and hospitality, generosity and gratitude, loss and love, and the people of a lifetime with whom she has broken bread. The memoir is a series of key words arranged alphabetically to construct a dictionary of her life. She coins the work "Kitchenary" to link the significance of food, its flavors and aromas, to memory. Because food evokes strong emotions, it recalls people and places to mind. When Landis tastes the smoky tartness of hot bacon dressing it conjures up a picture of her mother gathering the early spring shoots of dandelion along the farm fencerows to make a green salad. Food is the theme that binds the essays together. Realizing how our need and enjoyment of food remain constant, even though many aspects of family life change, she uses this medium as the connecting point across generations. Fifty-seven recipes are included, all from the kitchens of Landis, her family and friends.

About the Author: Peggy Heatwole Landis was born on the eve of WWII on a family farm in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia to Mennonite parents. Now in retirement, her various roles have included teacher of Latin and English, community service worker in an Idaho migrant labor camp, college administrator, and church relations representative for an insurance company. Mother of two and grandmother of three, she lives in Virginia with her college professor husband, Jay, to whom she has been married for more than fifty years.

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