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Stories and Recipes from Growing Up in the 60's and 70’s with a Single Father.
“In the 1960’s and ‘70’s, being raised by a single father was a bit of a rarity. That my father raised three sons and two daughters by himself is a feat I find remarkable. What follows are my recollections of what that was like. We grew up primarily in the small city of Owensboro, Kentucky, where I made lifelong friends, learned about people, sometimes cheated death, and always enjoyed life. Lots of other people are included in these memories. In general, I have not given their last names, but you know who you are. The recipes included at the end of each chapter are my take on Dad’s recipes, and he was a very fine cook, but, like most great home cooks, he very rarely used a recipe, so my quantities are strictly guidelines. As with all recipes, use your own taste as the best guide.”—Author
Publishing date: August 13, 2022
Paperback: 252 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 0.51 x 9 inches
Lawrence Weill is an author and artist in far western Kentucky. His previous books include Out in Front, Incarnate, The Path of Rainwater, and I’m in the Room. His short fiction, poetry and nonfiction have appeared in a wide range of local, regional, and national journals. He also is a visual artist working in graphite, watercolors, oils, metal, glass and wood. Lawrence lives in the woods overlooking a beaver pond next to a nature preserve.