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Anita Legsdin shares food stories and recipes in “Remembrance of Meals Past”

The Latvian-American author’s collection of short stories will be exhibited at the largest book trade fair in the world

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Await the exhibit of Anita Legsdin’s “Remembrance of Meals Past” at the 2020 Frankfurt International Book Fair.

Anita Legsdin cooks up stories as well as dishes in her book “Remembrance of Meals Past” (ReadersMagnet; 2019). The book is a collection of stories centered around food and memories associated with various dishes.
Food is the focal point of the memories and stories, some of which are fictionalized. For example, “A Good Year for Apples” revolves around the edible mushrooms Bekas and Baravikas, both of the Boletus variety, and is inspired by the author’s reunion with her relatives in Latvia. “Blind Date” talks about the first date that made the author not eat pasta ever since. “The Paella Prototype” centers on a rice dish from Valencia, Spain and talks about the author’s friend Sylvia and her relationship to Guy and Sam, who ended up being a gay couple. The mostly fictionalized “The Sins of the Fathers” tells of the meeting between Steve and Mara, who orders shepherd’s pie.
The author also shares recipes for cheesecake, sautéed boletus, Paskha (Russian Easter dessert), and shepherd’s pie, among others. Truly a literary feast for readers and foodies alike!
“Remembrance of Meals Past” will be exhibited by ReadersMagnet at the 2020 Frankfurt International Book Fair on October 14 – 18, 2020 at the Messe Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Order Anita Legsdin’s “Remembrance of Meals Past” today on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Remembrance of Meals Past
Written by Anita Legsdin
Published by ReadersMagnet
Published date: October 30, 2019
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 went to 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
 Anita Legsdin
 Collected Stories
 Food And Memories

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