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Author Anita Legsdin fondly shares some of her cooking experience in her book “Remembrance of Meals Past”

The author displays her book at a grand event in the United Arab Emirates.

Seattle, Washington, USA – WEBWIRE

No meal is ever as tasty as the one you never ate. Imagination does wonders.

Epicurean writer Anita Legsdin fondly shares some of her stories through her book “Remembrance of Meals Past.” Published by Westwood Books Publishing in 2018, the author’s book is more than just narration and fiction. It includes some recipes that food lovers will truly appreciate!
Legsdin’s “Remembrance of Meals Past” is composed of several novellas where the theme tackles on food. For example, “The Cheesecake Wars” is about cheesecakes, “The Paella Prototype” is about paella, among others. What makes this book so lovely is that there is a poignant story in each novella—unique plot with inimitable characters. Some novellas are true-to-life stories while others are sheer fantasy. Yet, every novella keeps the readers glued until the very last page. Of course, who would not want to miss Legsdin’s recipes? The author is generous enough to share them to food lovers and readers!
Everyone is enjoined to witness the unveiling of Anita Legsdin’s book “Remembrance of Meals Past” at the 2019 Sharjah International Book Fair. This prestigious cultural and literary gathering happens at the Expo Center Sharjah in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates on October 30, 2019 to November 9, 2019. Save the date!
Order a copy of “Remembrance of Meals Past” in bookstores all over the world and at online shops such as Amazon, eBay, Barnes & Noble, Google Books, and Apple Books.
Remembrance of Meals Past
Author | Anita Legsdin
Publisher | Westwood Books Publishing LLC
Published Date | August 29, 2018
Genre | Fiction
ISBN-10 | 1643611577
ISBN-13 | 978-1643611570
Paperback Price | $7.99
About the Author
Anita Legsdin learned to cook from her mother, who learned to cook from her mother, who attended a cooking school in France and became a professional chef. Her mother’s mother became the head chef for the Russian ballerina Pavlova. Of Latvian ancestry, she was indeed raised on Eastern European dishes such as sauerkraut and sausages.

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