Additional layers between the covers of our American Cookbook still serves its audience two hundred and thirty years later
A Christmas Poem
Part one of a fictional personal accounting of a hundred year generational gap’s connections. Mystery, love, and death link the life’s of a granddaughter to her grandmother one hundred years apart! Any names of people and places are made up of compilations from authors imagination.
If the direct sales business industry is frowned upon, then why have so many companies survived over the years? Is there a chance for personal success?
Last Spring I was given a gift, LITTLE WOMEN by Louisa May Alcott. Little did I know there was so much more to the story. Social concerns faced by her family and challenged in her writing spans time
There is "A Christmas Story" and then there is this... an odd Christmas story! If time causes holiday transformation over the centuries, isn't it common sense our traditions will transform as we do?
An account of traditional New England Christmas memories approximately 45 years ago. As hardly any change in tradition occured year after year, it acts as a compilation encompassing a number of years
This week we are all preparing for our Thanksgiving celebrations. What better time of year to add proof to the pudding, “why the first American Cookbook still continues in today's Cookbooks’ pertinence?”