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Part Three The recipes inÂ The Wizardry of Jewish WomenÂ areÂ Jewish food, but not as most people know it. In the novel, two sisters (Judith and Belinda) are sent boxes thatÂ wereÂ stored in a garage for two generations. One box is full ofÂ culinaryÂ recipesÂ from … Continue reading
Iâ€™m a city person (despite the occasional dream of country solitude), and a crucial part of the worldbuilding for my Marek series of fantasy novels has been the city of Marek itself. Itâ€™s been a lot of fun to create. … Continue reading
Look, I love to write about terrible food. Life contains so much more of it than good food, or at least my life does. (I have limited funds and poor judgement for risk.) But more than the realism, Iâ€™m drawn to bad food because it infuses a scene with context, with a messy pathos. Someone failed before this dish was even served. Continue reading