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Hallelujah! the welcome table

Author: Maya Angelou
Publisher: New York : Random House, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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My husband opened the refrigerator door. Sliced eclairs were stacked on every shelf. "I'll never eat another eclair as long as I live," he said. I gave most of the eclairs to friends, to staff, and to the soup kitchen. But I kept one gargantuan loaf as proof that cooking helps me to write. I pulled out the stubborn manuscripts, which to date had resistered me successfully, and suddenly the words spilled out of my  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Cookbooks
Anecdotes
Named Person: Maya Angelou
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Maya Angelou
ISBN: 1400062896 9781400062898
OCLC Number: 54460965
Description: xiii, 218 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pie fishing --
The assurance of caramel cake --
Momma's grandbabies love cracklin' cracklin' --
Potato salad towers over difficulties --
Liver to grow on --
Recipes from another country --
Independence forever --
Early lessons from a kitchen stool --
My big brother's savings account --
Short ribs à la the big easy --
Mother's long view --
Good banana, bad timing --
Ready-to-wear tripe --
M.J. and the doctor and Mexican food --
Saving face and smoking in Italy --
Haut cuisine à la Tabasco --
English, please --
Sweet southern memories --
Fowl communication --
M.F.K. Fisher and a white bean feast --
From pizza to Claiborne and back --
Sisterly translation --
Dolly and Sherry and making sisters --
Writer's block --
Massachusetts, Tennessee, and an Italian soup --
Black iron pot roast --
Oprah's suffocated chicken --
Ashford salad '96.
Responsibility: Maya Angelou.
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My husband opened the refrigerator door. Sliced eclairs were stacked on every shelf. "I'll never eat another eclair as long as I live," he said. I gave most of the eclairs to friends, to staff, and to the soup kitchen. But I kept one gargantuan loaf as proof that cooking helps me to write. I pulled out the stubborn manuscripts, which to date had resistered me successfully, and suddenly the words spilled out of my pen and onto the yellow pad. A few days after my husband had said he never wanted to see another eclair, I offered him a piece of strawberry shortcake. He smiled widely and enjoyed it immensely. He simply did not recognize the old eclair smothered with strawberries and whipped cream.

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