Mom Always Said, "Eat Your Vegetables" Mom always said we need to eat our vegetables. I'm sure many of us remember staring down a piece of broccoli on our plates, hoping it would just go away so we could get to dessert. Well, if you're not a kid any more, you know that Mom was right. We DO need to eat our vegetables and lots of them to maintain good health. The question is "how do we cook these vegetables in a variety of ways so it doesn't get boring? If you're like me, you like Italian cooking. It's delicious and healthy, and never gets boring. Would you like to try some Parmesan Broccoli Fettuccini or Spinach Lasagna? Inside you will find my Italian Vegetable Recipe favorites ... ENJOY!!
I must have been no more than fifteen or sixteen years old when I first chanced upon Winesburg, Ohio. Gripped by these stories and sketches of Sherwood Anderson's small-town "grotesques," I felt that he was opening for me new depths of experience, touching upon half-buried truths which nothing in my young life had prepared me for. A New York City boy who never saw the crops grow or spent time in the small towns that lay sprinkled across America, I found myself overwhelmed by the scenes of wasted life, wasted love-was this the "real" America?-that Anderson sketched in Winesburg. In those days only one other book seemed to offer so powerful a revelation, and that was Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure.
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