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Local Girls Done Good: "Dear John, I Love Jane" Anthology edited by Laura Andre and Candace Walsh
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Formerly straight-identified women, jumping the fence to share their lives with other women. It's not just a trend, it's an anthology: 28 essays by excellent women writers, sharing the wild ride that…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bookworks Oct 16, 2010.

 

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ABQ BOOK LAUNCH: Licking the Spoon: A Memoir of Food, Family, and Identity at Bookworks

November 17, 2012 from 3pm to 4:15pm
"Funny, moving, and as irresistible as chocolate cake, Candace Walsh's delicious memoir isn't just a coming-of-age of a remarkable woman by way of the kitchen pantry, but a smart, gorgeously written exploration of the foods—and the people—who really nourish us." —Caroline Leavitt, author of the New York Times bestseller, Pictures of YouRecipes and cookbooks, meals and mouthfuls have framed the way Candace Walsh sees the world for as long as she can remember, from her frosting-spackled childhood…See More
Nov 8, 2012
Candace Walsh commented on Candace Walsh's blog post Colorful Fall Veggie Hash, Roasted Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
"It is. Let me know what you think if you decide to make it. : )"
Oct 18, 2010
Ron Da Bomb commented on Candace Walsh's blog post Colorful Fall Veggie Hash, Roasted Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
"Sounds delish!"
Oct 18, 2010
Bookworks replied to Candace Walsh's discussion Local Girls Done Good: "Dear John, I Love Jane" Anthology edited by Laura Andre and Candace Walsh
"Here are links to the book at our website and at Indiebound: We'll make sure to get some of the title in stock!"
Oct 16, 2010
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Colorful Fall Veggie Hash, Roasted Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

My daughter’s 3rd grade class has a garden. Friday, we were able to buy swiss chard from their harvest. Big, bright green leaves. I came home with a bag and thought, “What can I make with this?” I know how to do the basic sauteed chard thing, but wanted it to be a little more gussied up. We had come over the summer to water and weed, and I felt protective of it–I did not want that bag of swiss chard to become forlorn and fuzzy in the veggie drawer.First I peeled the leaves from the stalks,…See More
Oct 16, 2010
Candace Walsh posted a discussion

Local Girls Done Good: "Dear John, I Love Jane" Anthology edited by Laura Andre and Candace Walsh

Formerly straight-identified women, jumping the fence to share their lives with other women. It's not just a trend, it's an anthology: 28 essays by excellent women writers, sharing the wild ride that is leaving men for women. From their first dates and kisses, to breaking the news to their family and friends...it's a sexy, smart and transcendent page-turner.Our anthology will be available in bookstores come November, so if you'd like to make sure your favorite independent bookstore carries it,…See More
Oct 16, 2010

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Where I Live:
Santa Fe
About Me:
I'm a writer, editor, and foodie. I'm originally from New York, but apparently I only have the accent when I'm frosted.

I've been in Santa Fe for 9 years. I spent a lot of time in ABQ when my partner was living in Nob Hill. But I lured her north after two+ years : ) We still like to enjoy the city, when we're not doing home improvement projects in Lesbo-rado.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
Jennifer James, Nob Hill, Heart & Soul Salon, Two Fools Tavern
My Website:
http://www.dearjohnilovejane.com
What I'm Reading:
Blood, Bones and Butter by Gabrielle Hamilton; The Adventures of Kavalier and Clay by Michael Chabon.

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Colorful Fall Veggie Hash, Roasted Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

Posted on October 16, 2010 at 12:14pm 2 Comments

My daughter’s 3rd grade class has a garden. Friday, we were able to buy swiss chard from their harvest. Big, bright green leaves. I came home with a bag and thought, “What can I make with this?” I know how to do the basic sauteed chard thing, but wanted it to be a little more gussied up. We had come over the summer to water and weed, and I felt protective of it–I did not want that bag of swiss chard to become forlorn and fuzzy in the veggie drawer.



First I peeled the leaves from the… Continue

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