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Nina Simonds and Grace Young at Radcliffe

Rosa Rasiel | Nov 13, 199903:27 PM    

With Jim’s permission, and a newly broken wrist, am alerting all to the fall program at 2 p.m. next Sunday, Nov. 21, of the Radcliffe Culinary Friends. (I am not now nor have I ever been, an employee or even an officer of this group, just a loyal member.)

The speakers are Grace Young, author of _Wisdom of the Chinese Kitchen, Classic Family Recipes for Celebration and Healing, _ and Nina Simonds, old China hand, author of many cookbooks on Chinese food, and the ‘houndish guide, _China’s Food_. Simonds’
most recent book is _A Spoonful of Ginger:Irresistible, Health-Giving Recipes from Asian Kitchens_. The program topic is “Secrets from a Chinese Kitchen, Wisdom, Health and Family Lore.”

Have heard Simonds speak before, and she is knowledgeable and funny.The question periods at these events are always interesting, and the refreshments afterward will sustain you while you decide where in Chinatown, Cambridge, etc. to dine. Then you can go
home and make Jim happy by buying the books on amazon.

Admission is $25 for non-members of the Friends, $12.50 for members, retirees, and students. For details see : http://www.radcliffe.edu/schles/event...

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