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10 thoughts on “Saturday Beans & Sunday Suppers - Kitchen Stories From Mary's Farm

  1. says:

    Great essays on life, cooking and many recipes are included.

  2. says:

    What a delightful book I enjoyed each and every chapter My dear friend, Nan, gave me this book several years ago and I decided to give it a try, starting on the day before Thanksgiving It was the perfect sort of book to read during the busy holiday season and I read one or two chapters each night Each chapter includes a recipe and I marked all but one or two to try.On food and memory When I sat down to write this book, I believed I was going to write about some favorite New England foods and include the recipes for each But as the book progressed, I realized that food cannot be separated from place and memory, family and events from the past In a way, then, there is no powerful memoir than the food itself, a sensory cue strong enough to conjure the past as present, the present as past Aromas and touch can bring back the pageant of what came before.and Food, made by our own hands or passed to us from loved ones, is, without parallel and without guise, our lifeblood It is what creates us, mind and body and spirit Some food is simply nourishment, passed to us through a window of a fast food chain and eaten from our laps as we navigate traffic This is hardly food, only fuel, and even that is question...

  3. says:

    I loved reading these essays by Edie Clark who wrote a column in Yankee magazine for years Picked it up while on vacation this month, in The Trading Post in Kittery, ME.Clark draws the reader into every one of them, relating her experiences to a larger community I won t ever live in woods in New Hampshire, far from any city and certainly don t anticipate ever cooking on an antique old woodstove but I enjoyed reading about how she and her first husband and then later, she and her 2nd husband Paul, the lover of her life not only created their perfect kitchen space but also lived the epitome of what today is being touted as the simple life of growing what they ate or, if not possible, buying local Clearly, it fostered community and a personal sense of accomplishment not to mentioned satisfying a myriad of desires in the eat good food area.She also lov...

  4. says:

    A magical tour down the last 5 American decades, via Clark s rambunctious and heart warming autobiographical vignettes With the food that went with them Insight and poetry abound, plus some great recipes

  5. says:

    A wonderful incorporation of events, food, and memories in a small New Hampshire town I loved reading the recipes and stories surrounding them.

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