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by Susie Kelly Flatau

ePub From My Mother's Hands: Remembrances and Recipes from Texas Women (Texas Women's Memories and Recipes) download
Author:
Susie Kelly Flatau
ISBN13:
978-1556227868
ISBN:
1556227868
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Taylor Trade Publishing (September 1, 2000)
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From My Mother's Hands" celebrates the positive roles mothers can play in the lives of daughters

From My Mother's Hands" celebrates the positive roles mothers can play in the lives of daughters. In a collection of poignant memoirs crafted from interviews with thirty-three notable Texas women, Susie Kelly Flatau weaves a tapestry of intimate memories, family photographs and recipes, and profiles of each daughter. The daughters' observations and discoveries about their mothers are filled with a wide range of emotions.

Download PDF book format. Publication, Distribution, et. Plano, TX. Republic of Texas Press, (c)2000. Projected Publication Date: 0006. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. From my mother's hands : remembrances and recipes from Texas women Susie Kelly Flatau. Book's title: From my mother's hands : remembrances and recipes from Texas women Susie Kelly Flatau. Library of Congress Control Number: 00032553.

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From My Mother's Hands celebrates the positive roles mothers can play in the lives of daughters. In a collection of poignant memoirs crafted from interviews with thirty-three notable Texas women, Susie Kelly Flatau weaves a tapestry of intimate memories. You easily download any file type for your device. From My Mother's Hands: Remembrances and Recipes from Texas Women (Texas Women's Memories and Recipes) Susie Kelly Flatau. About Susie Kelly Flatau. Flatau is an author whose fascination with people and places lives within the spirit of her writing. For over 25 years this award-winning educator has taught writing and literature to students of all ages in both public schools and the private sector.

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The recipes included here are from our family recipe boxes handwritten on cards and that have been passed down from one generation to the next. Wonderful recipes and reminded me of my childhood in my mothers kitchen.

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Hundreds of memorable quotes and quips pay historical tribute to their insights and experiences. Books about puppy dogs, kittens,Tex-Mex chile recipes and how wonderful it was growing up in the 1950s under segregation in south Texas. Believe me segregation was not the good old days. I give as an example of a stupid quote "War is not nice," said Barbara bush.

From My Mother's Hands celebrates the positive roles mothers can play in the lives of daughters. In a collection of poignant memoirs crafted from interviews with thirty-three notable Texas women, Susie Kelly Flatau weaves a tapestry of intimate memories.
  • Browsing through the index one is aware that most of these names are not that familiar (some are very, as in the case of Luci and Lady Bird Johnson) to the average reader. What is familiar, however, are the testaments given to some very average, yet phenominal mothers who have had a significant impact on the shaping of their daughters ideas, dreams and accomplishments. Anyone reading this book becomes immediately aware that the so called women's "revolution" was taking place long before bras were burned and names were hyphenated and most of the real battles were being fought from the kitchen as often as from an office or boardroom. These are no ordinary women and the daughters they raised atest to that fact. As De Lamartine asserted "there is a woman at the beginning of all great things" and nowhere is this more evident than between these pages.
    Although recipes are included from each mother/daughter team, this is so NOT a cookbook. It is a book to be placed by the bedside or on a table in the livingroom where one can just pick out a chapter at random and remember again just how important mother really was. It is a very personal journey and one that might even require a tissue or two. My only regret is that I cannot share this with my own mother who passed away before this book was published, but I can read and remember with a grateful heart.
    A perfect gift for the mom in anyone's life!

  • Looking through this book, I realized that I might have achieved more in this life if I had been a daughter. The supporting relationships between daughters and mothers, so well detailed in this book by Susie Kelly Flatau, would make any guy a bit envious. Don't get me wrong--fathers are O.K. And, being a son to a mother is fine too, but reading this book it brought home to me that I could neither fully appreciate nor appropriate that special relationship enjoyed by a daughter and her mother.

  • With a masterful hand of her own, Susie Kelly Flatau has captured the compelling dynamics of a positive mother-daughter relationship within this book. The enchanting tributes to their mothers by 33 prominent Texas women will entice readers to embark on their own reflective journey home to their mothers' arms.