The Ploy of Cooking

Ordering info appears at the end of description The Ploy of Cooking is the second compilation of works by The Mystic Order of East Alabama Fiction Writers Each author has contributed a collection of anecdotes, short stories, and or poems with tangentially connected recipes It won t take long for the discerning reader to see that each author has her own unique relation Ordering info appears at the end of description The Ploy of Cooking is the second compilation of works by The Mystic Order of East Alabama Fiction Writers Each author has contributed a collection of anecdotes, short stories, and or poems with tangentially connected recipes It won t take long for the discerning reader to see that each author has her own unique relationship to food and cooking, and the reader is advised to cook the recipes at his or her own discretion The book is whimsically illustrated by Mystic member Margee Bright Ragland Part recipe book, part anthology of fiction memoir, and part coffee table book, The Ploy of Cooking is as adaptable as the recipes it contains Order through email mysticfictionwriters gmail
The Ploy of Cooking Ordering info appears at the end of description The Ploy of Cooking is the second compilation of works by The Mystic Order of East Alabama Fiction Writers Each author has contributed a collection of a

  • Title: The Ploy of Cooking
  • Author: Mary Dansak Margee Bright-Ragland Joanne Camp Marian Carcache Gail Langley Judith Nunn
  • ISBN: 9780983763
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Ploy of Cooking”

    1. This is a fun read with humorous stories written by a group of sassy steel magnolias. The ploy is to include recipes which are really nothing remarkable other than a collection of dishes that inspire each story. Each of the authors has contributed one section of the book giving the reader a variety of voices with a common theme. A good read for times when you want to be entertained without heavy thoughts.

    2. This book is great fun. There are recipes, but the most enjoyable parts of the book are the brief anecdotes and stories accompanied by wonderful line drawings. The authors bring together a variety of memories (and perhaps imagined events) from their lives. They are witty, intelligent, and very entertaining.

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