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The perfect gift for military wives or girlfriends! Born from more than two hundred years of loyalty, practice, and tradition, these recipes have been handed down to generation after generation within an exceedingly tight, proud community of women. Th
Title: The Military Wives' Cookbook
Author: Tillery, Carolyn Quick
Publisher: Sourcebooks Inc
Publication Date: 2008/10/10
Hardcover, 368 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by Cumberland House
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Scottsdale Public Library
This book catalogs years of cooking tradition and memories from an under-recognized group of patriotic women. The recipes are varied and the book is comprehensive. It's a very fun way to look back at delicious culinary trends of military families stationed across the globe.

-- Meagan
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I like the history in this one, it's really the only reason I bought it. I haven't tried any of the recipes yet, so I can't speak for that. I plan to try some of them though. It's a really nice look through :).
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It was about a decade ago that Carolyn Quick Tillery married two of her passions - history and food - to create a "pick up and go" career for herself. In 1994, she decided to write a book about the history of her alma mater, Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. And from the beginning, she decided to fold in food stories and recipes. Tillery was influenced by food and a powerful oral tradition as a child ...more
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