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P.L. Klein, Author 14/05/2017 05:10
"Never grow a wishbone, daughter, where your backbone ought to be." ~ #ClementinePaddleford #ThinkBIGSundayWithMarsha #Wishbone #Backbone
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"Never grow a wishbone, daughter, where your backbone ought to be." ~ #ClementinePaddleford #ThinkBIGSundayWithMarsha #Wishbone #Backbone<br>http://pic.twitter.com/cyr2zvbTTn
Journalist Clementine Paddleford uttered these magical words in 1920’s. Years later, my mother imparts the same guidance to me. From one proud ARS member to another. In this modernized world, women serve as pillars of strength—bearing the weight of so ...
quoteallthethings 18/11/2016 02:00
A tiny radish of passionate scarlet, tipped modestly in whit... #ClementinePaddleford #citation https:// openquotes.github.io/authors/clemen tine-paddleford-quotes/#5d1bc572   …
Eating Her Way Across America Sat, 25 Oct 2008 17:00:00 GMT
How could we have forgotten a name like Clementine Paddleford? And yet most everyone has. Her newspaper articles and nationally syndicated columns fill hundreds of boxes in the archives of Kansas State University. Her book How America Eats was considered ...
KS/OK Tourism UK 29/09/2016 07:22
We love this #tbt from @kansashistory... take a look at the lovely #ClementinePaddleford and reminisce over the good old days! https:// twitter.com/kansashistory/ status/780915019374530561   …
"Never grow a wishbone, daughter, where your backbone ought to be." —Clementine Paddleford, proto-foodie, Kansan, awesomesauce. I stumbled over this quote while rifling through some back-issues of Saveur at my Dad's house and thought it needed to be shared.
Jennifer Noble Kelly 22/10/2014 01:35
heads up @howamericaeats... #clementinePaddleford mentioned in @hannaraskin's @postandcourier article http://www. postandcourier.com/article/201410 22/PC1206/141029860/1419/beyond-being-a-fine-cook-samuel-faber-was-a-civil-rights-advocate-and-political-power   … …
MANHATTAN, Kan. — Clementine Paddleford was the Nellie Bly of culinary journalism, a go-anywhere, taste-anything, ask-everything kind of reporter who traveled more than 50,000 miles a year in search of stories in a day when very few food editors strayed ...
Cyn Harris 21/06/2010 04:00
and couldn't keep from leaning out to look at the gorgeous surroundings. www.clementinepaddleford.com
Wine jelly was once found on all Southern holiday tables. In her 1960 book “How America Eats,” food journalist Clementine Paddleford wrote about the Thanksgiving pie habits of different regions. In the South, she wrote, “No pie, but wine jelly ...
Cyn Harris 21/06/2010 03:39
Having grown up rural amid all manner of crops, she was an inveterate appreciator of flora and fauna www.clementinepaddleford.com
Cyn Harris 21/06/2010 03:38
Paddleford hailed a cab and sat back. www.clementinepaddleford.com
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