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The Talking Stick Volume: Nine

Table Of Contents

The Witches’ Supermarket By Ruth Berman
Calling Kuloskap By Roy C. Booth
Cosmic Soup By Aurora Clark
O Aglio! an Ode to Garlic By Patricia Conner
A Way to a Man’s Heart By Lane Cunningham
Harvesting the Bounty By Winniw DauSchmidt
Corn Soup By Anne M. Dunn
Grandma’s Meatloaf By Kathryn Edmonds
The Food Critiqe By Cynthia Ekren
Rosemary is Forever By Theodore Fair
Minnesota Eucharist By Theodore Fair
French Bread By Fern Feller
Grandma Erna’s Kitchen By Jenny Field
Bridges By Michael Forbes
Without Looking By Carson Gardner
The Best Coffee By Carson Gardner
Off Course By Gail Gardner
For Love, Onions By Shannon Geison
Don’t See the Stop Signs By Shannon Geison
Revealed By Sharon Harris
Jacob’s Thanksgiving By Marion Holtey
Change of Venue By Harold Huber
Charlie Bucker By Harold Huber
Food for the Soul #2 – At Table By Mary McCall Kulberg
Dessert First By Bonnie Louther
Chocolate By Jayson Knutson
The Cookbook By Jayson Knutson
Walk By Lisa McCallum
Ritual By Lisa McCullum
Memory of Tomorrow By Casey Mitchell
Flour Sack Underwear By Luella Oelschlager
Ode to my Refrigerator By Janet Pratt
The Cook in the Kitchen, Cooking Chicken By David Sanders
Indiscriminate Eater By Betty Sayers
Flutter Bye By Melissa Sears
My Grandma’s Kitchen By Megan Strom
Flavor of the Heart By Penelope Swan
Peppercorn Rythmn By Penelope Swan
Remembering Mexico By Penelope Swan
Sauce and Redemption By Robert F. Thimmesh
Hunger for Hope By Sandra VanCampen


The Talking Stick Volume Nine
Published: 2000

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