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10 September 2007

Taste of a Memory, Tart but Sweet (The Washington Post - 10 September 2007)

Washpostlogo_2An essay about my great-grandmother, cookies and memory appears in the StylePlus section of today's Washington Post.


"Do you remember, honey?"

After she turned 95, every conversation I had with my great-grandmother, Babcia, seemed to both begin and end with that same question. Do you remember? It was as if she wanted reassurance that her memory, by then failing her far too often, still retained some value...

(To read the rest of the essay, click here).


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