Sunday, April 19, 2009

Brooklyn Tales of an Italian-American Mom.

In my extended family is a woman named Linda Romanelli Leahy. She is a published author of cookbooks based on Brookyn Italian cuisine handed down from her mother.

She's now started a new blog called Brooklyn Tales of an Italian-American Baby Boomer.

She promises stories and recipes! From her blog:
My cookbooks are: The All-Natural Sugar-Free Cookbook; The Oat Bran Cookbook; The World's Greatest Peanut Butter Cookbook with Jack Maguire; 366 Healthful Ways to Cook Leafy Greens. Through the years I've written for a bunch of food Magazines. Cooking Light still has my Beef Carbonnade (chosen for Back to the Best) on their website.

2 comments:

Linda Romanelli Leahy said...

Thanks for the plug, Steve. You're BOOKMARKED!

And thanks for your patience and help.

Love you,

Linda

Lori Stewart Weidert said...

The link didn't work for me, but I found it thru her comments. :-) Looking forward to reading it. Oh, and I might be delurking on yours; have been reading you for quite sometime, not sure if I've commented. Tsk, Shame on me.

I've Been Podcasted

Tales of the Road Warriors. Hal Aaron interviews me on his show. https://talesoftheroadwarriors.com/steve-schalchlin-part-1/