Stinging For Their Suppers is a collection of stories and recipes by women who have lived in California prisons. While living at Crossroads, a transitional facility, these women wrote about cooking in their cells using an immersion heater, also known as a “stinger.” These stories demonstrate the women's creativity, ingenuity, and resilience as they find ways to cook for each other, and in the process, create a feeling of home that they can share with other women.
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By Janis Lyon
Jun 27, 2014
I read this book thinking, I'll never use one of these recipes. Well maybe not, but I do have to say the stories leading up to the recipes kept me thoroughly entertained. I went from laughing to tears and wonder about "How in the world did these women do this" I could not put it down and I didn't skip around at all. A must read.
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