At Willa Cather's Tables Cookbook

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Willa Cather loved the arts of the kitchen and the pleasures of the table. In both her life and work, she maintained a lifelong commitment to good cooking as a source of nourishment- both physical and intellectual- and of pleasure. At Willa Cather's Tables lets you experience and enjoy (and cook!) recipes from her work, her family and friends, the places that were meaningful to her, and from the Cather Foundation and its loyal friends. This unique cookbook offers another way to explore the rich (and delicious) legacy of a great American writer.

Ann Romines is Professor of English at The George Washington University and Historical Editor of the Scholarly Edition of Willa Cather's Sapphira and the Slave Girl. An accomplished amateur cook, she is also the author and editor of many books and essays on U.S. women's writing and cultures, including Willa Cather's Southern Connections.


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