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Unusual style for a Memoir, most of the chapters ended with a recipe. I can't wait to try several of the recipes!Published 6 months ago by Ms. Janice Hinkle
I read the book in one day, could not put it down. What a dysfunctional family and how interestingly written about.
Must read other books by Kate Moses.
(3.5 stars) This memoir details Kate's life from early childhood through her memories of food, particularly sweets, starting with a stolen cake and ending with a literal cakewalk. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Michelle Boytim
I read a review and I thought I would like this book, but I could not get into it at all. I donated it to our local library for their book sale.Published 20 months ago by Mary P. Edwards
Love this book! Can relate to the era and the recipes are great. Best carrot cake I have ever had...Published on November 22, 2013 by candee
She starts her story off as a colorful romp with an equally colorful mother and a more staid father, but there is precious little adult-insight (and the... Read more
Cakewalk was a walk down a memory lane of the food and pop culture of the author's youth which was tied to the emotional journey of this persevering woman's growth of character in... Read morePublished on June 16, 2013 by Lyndalou
It has been many years since I have read a book all in one sitting. I am a baker too, and thought of the expression one fell swoop used in cookbooks to describe a baking technique. Read morePublished on May 27, 2013 by Nancy McNally
Her dad was my mothers brother! Interesting that I spent so many years with them and never saw this, I guess I need to read the book to see what life was like behind closed doors!Published on January 26, 2013 by Robert Connolly