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Latvian-American author Anita Legsdin proudly presents her book “Remembrance of Meals Past”

This book incorporates her personal stories into a fiction-style of narration- it will be presented at the upcoming 2020 LA Times Festival of Books.

Seattle, Washington, USA – WEBWIRE

“Enjoy great food recipes and entertaining stories with Anita Legsdin’s mouthwateringly immersive book.”

For the home-cook and author Anita Legsdin, nothing bonds people heartily like food. If one person asks the other what his favorite is, he will receive quite an ear full before he has a plate full. That is why Legsdin collected stories involving food and memories associated with a number of dishes through her book “Remembrance of Meals Past.” Republished by ReadersMagnet and featured at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books last April, Legsdin’s book is based on the interesting events from her life. Names have been modified and fictional events are supplemented to hide and shield the identities of other persons in her story. The contents in the book are also divided into smaller novellas. A handful of those are utter fantasy while all others encompass a grain of truth in them. An instance is Legsdin’s revelation in one of the novellas wherein her maternal grandmother served as a head chef for Pavlova, the Russian ballerina. That story is absolutely astonishing!

Of course, readers will also be treated with Legsdin’s sumptuous recipes to complement their reading experience with appetizing dishes. Indeed, Legsdin’s work makes it a fantastic read for the people to share to their loved ones on their next meal.
Immerse yourself in the home-cooked literature of Anita Legsdin by supporting her book “Remembrance of Meals Past” at its exhibit this April 18th until April 19th at the 2020 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books. Order a copy at any major bookseller across the United States or at online shops like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, eBay, or Walmart.

Remembrance of Meals Past
Author | Anita Legsdin
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published Date | October 30, 2019
Genre | Fiction / Culinary
ISBN-13 | 9781950947737
Paperback Price | $7.01
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. Of Latvian ancestry, she was indeed raised on Eastern European dishes such as sauerkraut and sausages.

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 Remembrance Of Meals Past
 Collected Stories
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