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Mollie Cox Bryan
Waynesboro, Va.
Mollie is cookbook author and soon to be published mystery novelist.
Interests: Scrapbooking, spirituality, yoga, gardening, food, running, pie, mothering, writing, poetry, cookbooks, history
Recent Activity
I'm switching to another blogging platform. Please check out Kitchen Queen will be updated there from now on. Thanks so much for all your support. Continue reading
Posted Sep 28, 2010 at Kitchen Queen of Fish Pot Road
If you want to continue to follow along--and I REALLY hope that you do--you can find the new blog and subscibe here . Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2010 at Kitchen Queen of Fish Pot Road
1. What a night. Partying with the Igbo. 2. Really connected with a woman who lives in DC. Her husband is a prof at Howard and she is from the Caribbean. She is from a French-speaking part of it. I... Continue reading
Posted Sep 19, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. Beeeeautiful morning! 2. "You can't put your arm around a memory..." 3. Eric's big day today. They are dedicating the West African Farm. So proud of him. 4. To give you some idea..of how this family has been affected... Continue reading
Posted Sep 18, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. I was getting ready to call my editor yesterday. Working up the courage, I suppose. But he called me. We are going to get along fine. He was very upbeat and positive about the book. 2. Now I have... Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. There goes Tom and Susan running together. How nice. 2. Discussing Gulliver's Travels with Tess this morning. When I first heard that she would be reading it, I was shocked. I read it in college as part of my... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. Didn't get to exercise at all yesterday. So this feels really good. 2. Tess has not been herself off and on for a few weeks and she stayed home with me yesterday. I think we finally got to the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2010 at imollie, irun
The winner of Alison Hart's book EMMA'S RIVER is (drum roll, puh-lease) : NIKKI SNYDER. I'll be contacting you soon for your address. Enjoy the book! Thanks to all who entered. Continue reading
Posted Sep 13, 2010 at Kitchen Queen of Fish Pot Road
1. Absolutely no knee pain. 2. Okay. So. I love my house. It's just too small, really, for a family. But it is a groovy house built in 1964, complete with the orginal funky light fixtures. Think small version of... Continue reading
Posted Sep 13, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. How I really want to run. It's a perfect day for it. But I'm sticking to every other day. For now. 2. Golden haze all around the mountains. 3. Running my fingers on soft long pine needles and the... Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2010 at imollie, irun
It's a really good read. I'm sure you and your girls would enjoy it. Thanks for posting, Nicole!
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Yes--it's definitely a horse story. Alison has written several horse books. Emma really liked the adventure aspect of the book, too. Thanks for posting!
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Absolutely! Thanks for posting.
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Thanks, Lesley. It's going to take awhile for it to be firmly established because I'm in the middle of a new site design. But stay tuned and thanks for commenting.
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It's a wonderful book. Thanks for commenting!
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Thanks for commenting Jen!
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1. No pain in my knees this morning--I ran the distance I usually run. Yay! 2. What a glorious morning. The sky is blue, no clouds at all. The air is cool. Perfect morning for long walk or run. 3.... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. It's strange out here. One side of the sky is gray, the other blue with silver-white cloud, and the air is humid , but breezy. 2. Walked up the hill, saw my friend Susan again. A great way to... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. Being in Pa. briefly always makes me ache. Good aches. Bad aches. I wish things were different. 2. So proud of my niece Abbey who is a poet at Carlow University, in the thick of all the poetry happenings... Continue reading
Posted Sep 7, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. Moon. Stars. Dusky blue sky. 2. Creamsicle- orange edging the mountains. 3. Running--not the whole sun--but still, a triumph for me and my knees. 4. So proud of my mom for giving Bobby the shove-off. For years, my mom... Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2010 at imollie, irun
Those Little House books are part of my childhood favorite reading, as well. It was so much fun to introduce my kids to them. Thanks for sharing, Jane.
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Thanks for commenting Jen. One of the reasons I love writing about food is the way it reveals so much about our culture and our history.
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As promised, the first installment of Foodie Fridays. The first post is by children's book author Alison Hart. Please leave a response about Alison, her books, or anything on this blog and you will be entered to win a signed copy of "Emma's River." Food in Fiction Food scenes in... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2010 at Kitchen Queen of Fish Pot Road
1, Okay so my knees have been really bothering me--so I'm walking today. 2. But it's depressing. I love running so much and am fearful that I won't be able to do it without ripping up my knees. 3. I... Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2010 at imollie, irun
1. Sweat pouring. Heart racing. Life is good. 2. Still thinking about going to Pa. next weekend. Looking for a cheap place to stay. Dad's place is already full. Mom doesn't have the space. And Becky's basement is full of... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2010 at imollie, irun