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Frank Walsh's Kitchen and other stories

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Frank Walsh s Kitchen and other stories presents readers with a collection of stories, often humorous, sometimes touching aboFF the people of Fillmore County, Minnesota, and their way of life. These stories, written by current or past residents of Fillmore County, convey a sense of place rooted amid the bluffs, streams, rolling hills and small towns of Southeastern Minneso ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published November 21st 2005 by Nine Dragon Press
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Feb 07, 2008 Daniel rated it liked it
This is a delightful collection or remembrances of small town life. It's the real stories of a Mayberry R.F.D.-like community. Not all of the writing is easily readable, but one can tell that it comes from the heart.

I like a beginning, middle, and an end when I read something, and many of these short pieces do not have that. It's just the middle, or maybe only a beginning, and sometimes just an ending. For this, it can be hard to read, but the pieces are so short that one can do it easily enough
Sep 19, 2013 Sarah rated it really liked it
In the spirit of full disclosure, Frank Walsh is my grand uncle. He was my maternal grandfather's brother. I spent many summers on the farm in Fillmore County and have been in Frank Walsh's kitchen. My grandfather and Frank are dead 20 years or more but seeing their oft used phrase, "byyyy God", used in the story brought the sound of their voices to my ears. It is a well constructed bit of story telling.

This is a collection of folksy stories by local authors that all recollect rural living in Fi
Kathleen marked it as to-read
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