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for the cookbook devotee one cookbook I would suggest is "Hallelujah " by Maya Angelou . Recipes along with her memoirs of obtaining them. 

 I went to my library to check out the Kindle version to reread it . I see she also had one written in her 80's (?) titled "Great food all day long" .  I checked that one out also and look forward to scrolling through it. 

 

I  have heard it said that  she could have read a phone book (anyone remember those? Smiley Happy ) and make it sound interesting. It sure worked with a cookbook in my esitmation.

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Gooseberry Patch are my favorites to read. Haven't made that many recipes from them.