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Home Cooking By Inez Gomoll
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Home Cooking is a cookbook that combines a love of food and humorous family stories between two covers. Jeanne Gomoll collected her mother Inez's recipes, making sure to include her father's,... More > brothers' and sister's favorite dishes. These recipes are annotated by Inez, August and Jeanne Gomoll, and interspersed with photos and family/food anecdotes written by Jeanne. Home Cooking is a book to warm both your tummy and tickle your funny bone. Jeanne Gomoll collected the recipes from her mother, Inez, and then interviewed Inez in order to add the "obvious" instructions and techniques that Inez never wrote down. Home Cooking was designed by Jeanne Gomoll.< Less
Down Memory Lane Down Home Cooking From 2 of Kentucky's Best Cooks By Bob Austin
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Down home country cooking from our Moms and our own original recipes.
Down Island Rhymes & Down Home Recipes By Gary Graham
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A Combination of down island rhymes and down home recipes.
Down Island Rhymes & Down Home Recipes By Gary Graham
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A Combination of down island rhymes and down home recipes.
Home Front and Aspects of the War By Jack Cook
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A collection of essays, poems, plays and stories (1980-2004) by Jack Cook. The Owego years. The story of a forty year old anti-war activist, who settles down in upstate New York, with wife and child,... More > and responds, as his muse allows, to domestic joys and international woes--a microcosm of our reeling plant--in the unending effort to unite humankind, in the aftermath of over a century of wars, and while embroiled in still another. Jack Cook was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1940 and was educated at King's College and Cornell University. He has taught in grade and high school, college, university, and in prison. In 1968 he was convicted of Refusal of Induction and sentenced to three years in Federal Prison. After two years, he was released by order of the Supreme Court. He is the author of Rags of Time: A Season in Prison (Beacon, 1972); The Face of Falsehood (Anthoenson, 1986); and Bowery Blues: A Tribute to Dorothy Day (Xlibris, 2001). He currently lives with his family in upstate New York.< Less
Home Front and Aspects of the War By Jack Cook
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A collection of essays, poems, plays and stories (1980-2004) by Jack Cook. The Owego years. The story of a forty year old anti-war activist, who settles down in upstate New York, with wife and child,... More > and responds, as his muse allows, to domestic joys and international woes--a microcosm of our reeling plant--in the unending effort to unite humankind, in the aftermath of over a century of wars, and while embroiled in still another. Jack Cook was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1940 and was educated at King's College and Cornell University. He has taught in grade and high school, college, university, and in prison. In 1968 he was convicted of Refusal of Induction and sentenced to three years in Federal Prison. After two years, he was released by order of the Supreme Court. He is the author of Rags of Time: A Season in Prison (Beacon, 1972); The Face of Falsehood (Anthoenson, 1986); and Bowery Blues: A Tribute to Dorothy Day (Xlibris, 2001). He currently lives with his family in upstate New York.< Less
Home Front and Aspects of the War By Jack Cook
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A collection of essays, poems, plays and stories (1980-2004) by Jack Cook. The Owego years. The story of a forty year old anti-war activist, who settles down in upstate New York, with wife and child,... More > and responds, as his muse allows, to domestic joys and international woes--a microcosm of our reeling plant--in the unending effort to unite humankind, in the aftermath of over a century of wars, and while embroiled in still another. Jack Cook was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1940 and was educated at King's College and Cornell University. He has taught in grade and high school, college, university, and in prison. In 1968 he was convicted of Refusal of Induction and sentenced to three years in Federal Prison. After two years, he was released by order of the Supreme Court. He is the author of Rags of Time: A Season in Prison (Beacon, 1972); The Face of Falsehood (Anthoenson, 1986); and Bowery Blues: A Tribute to Dorothy Day (Xlibris, 2001). He currently lives with his family in upstate New York.< Less
Down Home Cookin' from Up On the Mountain By Anne Ott, Angel OGrady
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~Mother and daughter have joined together again to bring you a wonderful assortment of delicious "Down Home Style" appetizers, meals,salads, sides, dressings, goodies, and more~
Down Home Cookin' from Up On the Mountain By Anne Ott, Angel O'Grady
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Mother and Daughter have joined together again to bring you a wonderful collection of "Down Home" style recipes that have been collected from family, friends and through their... More > travels. Enjoy Earths Delightful Pleasures!< Less
Tam's Healthy Kitchen Down Home Cookin' By Tamara Westwood
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Soul Food that's just as good for the body as it is for the soul!Vegan versions of those favorites Mama used to make.