The Evanston Community Kitchen

A food memoir about women in the kitchen and history in the making. Food = Story.

Recipes

Recipe 1: Food = Story

Mix the flour of history, the sugar of memory, and the baking powder of research. Food equals story.

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2 thoughts on “Recipes

  1. Thank you for sharing a remarkable and interesting story! I do look forward to “reading” more about this captivating part of women’s history.

    • Laura,
      Thank you for your comments. It is an incredible story. I plan on posting a new post Wednesday. The more I find out, the closer I feel to my grandma and great-grandmother. It also brings me closer to my mother as well. I look forward to sharing the journey with you as I write this book and blog. Thank you for following along on the journey.

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