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November 21, 2010

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William Gwin

Food and books. Hmmm . . . I think you're on to something here, Murray. William

by the way, a couple of weeks ago, had 3 great hikes in the Smokies, including the Chimneys. Thought about you.

Dry Cleaning Delivery Service Guy

I love the idea of a community cookbook. Growing up, all of my mothers and grandmothers recipes were on little recipe cards in a recipe box and were a combination of family recipes and neighborhood recipes. It might as well of been a community recipe book.

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Books Read in 2019

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  • Charles L. Black Jr. and Philip Bobbitt: Impeachment: A Handbook, New Edition, (2018)
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