Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cookbook Preview Arrives

It has been awhile. I have been wandering between the techno/intellectual frontier and what is commonly known as real life. Between bouts of household management, the onerous duties of convenience store cashier (please note tongue-in-cheek), and dutiful husband, I have actually been WRITING.

The Preview edition of

The Petticoat Rebellion, A Culinary History of New Orleans’
First Decades (with Recipes) 

 is now  online, to be printed, and to be edited (any offers?).

Cover shot for blog

And now I bear my writer’s soul. Here it is. Please download it, read it, and of the utmost importance, FEEDBACK!

IT IS OUT THERE FOR YOU TO PAN, TO ADMIRE, TO ENCOURAGE, TO BE OUTRAGED AT MY TEMERITY.

And in good old time business parlance, I look forward to your response.

Download available as .pdf or .iba (for iBooks on the iPad) at http://www.tssi-no.com/PRCmain.html

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