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Catch Eleanor Gaccetta’s Cookbook “Generations of Good Food” at the 2023 LibLearnX

A collection of new and easy-to-learn recipes from the author of “One Caregiver’s Journey”

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Generations of Good Food
Generations of Good Food

“A compilation of recipes that spans six generations”

ReadersMagnet is excited to exhibit Eleanor Gaccetta’s “Generations of Good Food” at the 2023 LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience on January 27-30, 2023, at the New Orleans Earnest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, Louisiana.

“Generations of Good Food” is a compilation of nearly 200 recipes, including main dishes, bread, cakes, pies, cookies, and candy from the six generations of the author’s mother’s family, other relatives, and many of her friends.

Eleanor Gaccetta conceptualized the book after the death of her mother. She gathered all her mother’s favorite cookbooks and recipes, separated them by categories, and printed them at a local office supply store as gifts for her nieces, great-nieces and a few close relatives. During the pandemic she transcribed all the recipes, added stories of her memories of many, and had the book published.

Aside from sharing easy-to-learn recipes, the author also tells some heartfelt stories of Italian life that brought families together around the table. Even if one doesn’t have any skills in cooking, this book will definitely pique the interest of everyone and urge them to cook, bake, and eat.

Bring new food to the family table. Get a copy of the book on Amazon and ReadersMagnet bookstore. Have the opportunity to also visit the book’s display at the ReadersMagnet exhibit booth at the 2023 LibLearnX.

“Generations of Good Food”
Author | Eleanor Gaccetta
Published Date | April 2021
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Genre | Educational, Non-Fiction

Author Bio
Eleanor (Ellie) Gaccetta, MBA is an author, speaker and cook and baker. Formally she was a legislative and policy analyst for the State of Colorado, the city and county of Broomfield, and after leaving government service she was a private contractor. Ellie’s almost forty-year career ceased when her mother fell and broke her hip at age 92.

Thus began Ellie’s own journey of being a 24/7 sole caregiver for her mother for the next nine-and-one-half years. During that time her book One Caregiver’s Journey was born with personal memories, insight, and advice for caregivers. The book is a snapshot into the realities, changes, and challenges of caregiving. During the six months after her mother’s passing at age 102, Ellie journaled about her reintegration back into the world. “The biggest challenge to reintegration after 10 years of isolation has been to not be an outsider looking into the world that passed you by.”

Ellie’s next book, “Generations of Good Food”, wasn’t planned. It was a labor of love that consumed her time during the pandemic. It incorporates recipes, stories, and anecdotes from six generations of her Italian family. It is a book for the kitchen novice and seasoned cook and baker.

Today she lives in a suburb west of Denver where she enjoys spending time with family, cooking, baking, and gardening. During the pandemic she committed to remaining healthy, getting in shape, and staying fit. After the pandemic she walks 2 miles a day, goes to the gym three times a week.

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 Eleanor Gaccetta
 Generations Of Good Food
 Educational, Non-fiction
 Liblearnx 2023

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