Pam Anderson, Maggy Keet, And Sharon Damelio, Three Many Cooks: One Mother, Two Daughters: Their Shared Stories Of Food, Faith & Family

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Pam Anderson, Maggy Keet, And Sharon Damelio, Three Many Cooks: One Mother, Two Daughters: Their Shared Stories Of Food, Faith & Family
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Atlanta History Center says
The relationship that exists between food and family is a powerful one. Perhaps no one knows this better than acclaimed cookbook author Pam Anderson and her daughters Maggy Keet and Sharon Damelio: the women behind the popular blog Three Many Cooks. In their first collaborative book, Three Many Cooks, the authors offer compelling reflections in alternating voices – everything from falling in love to striking out on one’s own – with a handful of well-loved recipes for a funny, candid, and absolutely heartfelt narrative.

New York Times bestselling author of seven cookbooks, Pam Anderson is AARP’s official food expert and a Runner’s World contributing columnist. She is the former executive editor at Cook’s Illustrated. She and her two daughters, Maggy Keet and Sharon Damelio, are the voices behind the blog Three Many Cooks, featured in several national publications, including Woman’s Day and Redbook.

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By: Atlanta History Center

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