A really nice obituary for a truly wonderful, generous woman.
This made me so sad. One of the finest food writers ever. I am actually taking her Swiss Cheese Spread (from the wonderful "The Supper Book") to a party tonight.
One of my favorite cookbooks, Fannie Farmer. Very sad day indeed.
The Breakfast Book by MC remains one of my favorite primers.
+1 on that. My copy is so tattered, i really need a new one. It is a great book just to read through.
I agree. The Bridge St. Ginger Muffins are still my favorite after all these years.
http://orangette.blogspot.com/2011/01...Orangette paid tribute.
That is a lovely obituary. Thanks for the link.
What a lovely obituary. Thank you for posting this. She was such an inspiration. I love her cookbooks.
Thanks for letting us know. Her story shows that real people can do great things.
I learned so much from her Fannie Farmer Baking Book, that a dear friend gifted me when I was starting to learn my way around a kitchen of my own.
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