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Tasha Tudor, author & illustrator

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I was looking at the Calendar facts for today and saw a note that today in 2008 marked also the passing of author and illustrator Tasha Tudor.

Over in the Gardening Forum, Larry started a thread on wild ducks on his pond, which managed to wind up being a thread on duck edibles.

Now in my pre-tomboy years, I was given several Tasha Tudor books ... still have them as treasures.

She wrote a cookbook, with a recipe for Stuffed Eggs and makes mention of several non-traditional eggs to use (which reminded me of the duck edibles thread ... yeh I know I'm wandering around a bit).

If anyone would like, these books are still available, and they are still delightful.

By the time my tomboy years hit, this was just too fussy for me ... little did I know Tasha was a hardcore old fashioned farming woman!

COOKBOOK:

http://www.amazon.com/Tasha-Tudor-Cookbook-Recipes-Reminiscences/dp/B003IWYH0G/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1276875027&sr=1-5#reader_B003IWYH0G

LIST OF BOOKS AT AMAZON:

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dus-stripbooks-tree&field-keywords=Tasha+Tudor&x=11&y=18

SHORT BIO:

http://oldfashionedliving.com/tasha.html

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I've heard her name, but

I've heard her name, but haven't saw any of her writings...


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