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The Pioneer Lass Cooks: A Year of Holidays -- new cookbook by Ree Drummond!

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Ree Drummond—lucky country girl, award-winning blogger, Food Network personality, and #1 New York Times bestselling author—presents The Pioneer The missis Co.

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Writer Interview with Tamara Linse (Earth’s Imagined Corners)

She’s penned a verifiable novel based on the life of her great-grandparents, which is fascinating in itself, but the woman behind the keyboard is just as interesting. Start with the interview but please stay for the cull out from “Earth’s Imagined Corners”. It’s the most delicious treat you’ll have all day. And don’t forget to enter the Earth’s Imagined Corners was a loving project to which you devoted your everything, talent and perseverance for years. TL: Great question. Yes, it took me 15 years from initial conception to publication, and I can say without hesitation that it was definitely worth it. I don’t even be sure if “worth it” is the right term. Writing, especially fiction, is just something I feel compelled to do ~ I don’t know if you feel the same. There’s nothing scarier than a writer who isn’t writing, and it makes me manipulate calmer and saner when I’m creating. Sometimes I love it and sometimes I hate it. Sometimes it comes easy and sometimes hard. The hardest part is getting started after being away from it for a while, but in the same breath I’ve started it’s usually a glorious slide down a snowy hill ~ exhilarating, challenging, lovely. If there’s anything I would change, it would be how long it takes me. Seven years per untried seems a little long. I’d love to do a novel year, and I know I could do it. I’ve written a full draft in five months. But the world not only doesn’t disquiet if you’re writing ~ it actively works against you writing, especially if you’re a woman. It would rather you be doing what it wants you to do. Working, cleaning, cooking, taking care of others, and so on. And it doesn’t just sit back and sough. It enters the writing room and cracks jokes and suggests you do something else. So that would be the other thing I would change: my ability to block out the world and carve out leisure to write. I know it’s my own fault too. I’m a good girl and a people pleaser, and it’s much easier to do what the world wants me to do than face my own demons to write. Even though Earth’s Imagined Corners is based on the lives of your unforgivable grandparents, you still brought the era to life with details you couldn’t possibly have known. How much time did you spend researching the late 1800’s to provide authenticity to the span and dialogue which was beautifully portrayed in your story. How much of the story is fictional and how much fact. Was it challenging to apply creative license knowing you were altering the details of your people history. TL: I’ll tackle both of these questions at once. Some of the best fiction involves research, I think. And besides, I love research, and it’s much easier to wander down the alleys of information than to face the blank page. The wonderful Nebraska writer Ron Hansen said that the history is another country, and you have to treat it like that. I thought a lot about the story’s dialog. Who knows how people talked in 1885. Just like today, what was written was very likely different than what was said. But I also wanted it to sound to the reader like real people talking. To compromise, I wrote the dialog as I would any other, and then I tweaked it and took out the words that either weren’t current or don’t “feel” historical and then put in words that do feel historical. For me, communication and clarity rank above “truth” (as if there is only one truth). I read historical newspapers, and The 18th Annual Story of the U. S. Commissioner of Labor in 1900 reported prices in Chicago and I extrapolated backwards. Men worked an average of 290 days a year and made $553. 52, while women worked an customary of 295 days a year and made $313. 42. Inventions such as electricity were making their way across the continent. Electrical infrastructure began reaching Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas in 1882. Kansas Bishopric had mule-drawn cable cars in 1881, but by 1885, they were powered by electricity. Work began on the “Additional Penitentiary” in Anamosa, Iowa, in 1873. In 1885, it held 281 inmates. Tense lights were actually at the prison when James would have been there—they were first used in December of 1882. Fictional purposes—sorry. The inmates built their own prison, first in wood and then in stone. The cookbook The Compleat Housewife by Eliza Smith is fait accompli. First published in 1727 in London, the cookbook was republished almost verbatim in 1742 by the Virginia printer William Parks, the first cookbook published in the Colonies.

Source: Deb Sanders

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Sales were much higher than run-of-the-mill in the case of food blogger and TV chef Ree Drummond whose book, The Pioneer Woman Cooks: A Year of Holidays, sold an astonishing 367,000 copies in 2013, and a further 152,439 copies in 2014. Another TV chef, Ina Garten ...

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The Pioneer Female's New Cookbook: Food From My Frontier
... half of my lifetime writing a cookbook. And now I’m finished! Goodnight
... half of my lifetime writing a cookbook. And now I’m finished! Goodnight
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