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A Food Lover Shares the Taste of Life and Memories

Prepare your taste buds as nostalgia is about to be served on a silver platter

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Have you ever had nostalgia courtesy of the apple pie your officemate baked for you? Did it remind you of the same apple pie you had after apple picking? Had any distinct taste reminded you of the same mashed potato your granny used to serve you? What about those stale cookies you use to sneakily steal from your momís jar when you were six or seven?

Well, thatís normal. According to a study done in 2014, the part of the brain responsible for taste memory is directly linked to the part responsible for encoding the time and place you experienced and felt the taste. So, the phrase†tastes the feeling†is actually an accurate depiction of human psychology and anatomy.

This is probably the reason why, Anita Legsdin, a lover of food and cooking, was able to write this extra-ordinary recipe book. This is not your typical cookbook. This will not only tell you how to prepare a certain cuisine. This is a memoir first and foremost, and then a cookbook. Truly,†a cut above the rest, no pun intended.

Anita Legsdin had tastefully done it. She was able to reconcile life, memories, taste, and food in her book, ďRemembrance of Meals Past.Ē She creatively shares her experiences in life and her memories that circle around food and various dishes and recipes. She shares her stories in a fun and light-hearted way. The mix of humor and nostalgia will take you back to your days when food was the ultimate source of joy and delight. A time when the family gathers to share and enjoy life and companion through food.

On top of the humor-filled memoirs, she also added a bonus by writing some of the best culinary recipes she has, and some of them were passed on from generations.

Truly, this is not just an entry to Anitaís kitchen, but an invitation to enjoy her memories on a silver platter.

Donít miss out, taste life. Grab a copy at:

Remembrance of Meals Past
Author: Anita Legsdin
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date:† October 2020
Book Genre:† Cookbook, Fiction

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 for the Russian ballerina Pavlova. Of Latvian ancestry, she was indeed raised on Eastern European dishes such as sauerkraut and sausages. Anita currently resides in Seattle, Washington.

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