Why Three Generations of Americans All Have Same Favorite Cookbook

It was a rainy, snuggly night in November 2018, perfect for making mushroom barley soup or stuffed cabbage. I was walking home from the train when I saw it, inexplicably abandoned at the Little Free Library on my block. There, lying on its side as if after a long day of work, was that unmistakable […] The post Why Three Generations of Americans All Have Same Favorite Cookbook appeared first on Electric Literature. Continue reading at 'Electric Literature'

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