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It's Bookworm time

This week's Bookworm in the Pantry, Karen, a native Rhode Islander, blogs from St. Louis, Missouri. On FamilyStyle Food, Karen chronicles the healthy and delicious food she prepares for her family. General Tso's chicken? Pasta fagioli? Orange-almond muffins? I wish my mom had been such a good cook.

UPDATE. Karen recommended:

  • Murder Alfresco (Nadia Gordon's Napa Valley mysteries)
  • The Whole World Over
  • A Cordiall Water
  • On Persophone's Island
  • Adventures on the Wine Route

We'll have a new Bookworm every Saturday, at least through mid-May.

Want to be a Bookworm in the Pantry? Start here.

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Wish my mom had cooked like that too!

I love your new site recommendation. I will visit her site often. I wish my Mom had cooked liked that too....wow!! In fact it is really weird because I'm the only cook in my family. Everyone else is convenience and/or anything that cooks in 5 minutes. Thanks so much for a lovely site and recommendation.

Lydia, thanks so much for having me as your Bookworm this week.

One of my greatest pleasures is sharing my favorite books. And getting a chance to peek at what everyone else is reading ranks right up there with browsing at a great bookstore.

If only there were more time to read...

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