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Early settlers came to a nearly treeless landscape and learned to build houses and fences from the rock buried in their pastures. Buffalo chips and then cow pies substituted for wood in their hearths. The hard working families formed strong communities and passed their land down from generation to generation. The family farm is becoming something of a legend. Few can afford to live, work and raise a family on a small farm these days. Those fortunate enough to have lived it carry the memories and experiences close to their hearts. Prairie Meals and Memories offers a taste of the past, both figuratively in story, and literally with scores of recipes from the days of home style cooking.
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Carolyn Hall grew up on a farm near Olmitz, Kansas. She received her dietetics degree from Kansas State University. She's taught cooking and meal planning to food service employees, girl scouts and 4-H. She served on the development committee and worked as a prose editor for Kansas City Voices magazine. She has authored essays for Chicken Soup for the Mother and Son Soul, Chicken Soup to Inspire a Women's Soul, Sacred Stones by Adams Media, and The Kansas City Star. Her articles, op-ed pieces and poetry have appeared in Sacred Fire by Adams Media, the Kansas Poets Web site, The Best Times, Echoes of the Ozarks II and III, The Kansas City Star, Produce Merchandising Magazine, the University of Kansas Medical Center Web site, and various newspapers throughout Kansas. She and her husband John live on a bluff overlooking the Kansas River in Shawnee, Kansas.
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Book Description Goldminds Publishing LLC, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. First. Seller Inventory # DADAX1930584156
Book Description Goldminds Publishing, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1930584156