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Who Is Arlene Marshall ?|
By Brenda Essig on May 1, 2010
Those of us who have been watching the progress of the Yum Yum Divas Cubit have discovered that it is a fast growing database filled with over a thousand recipes and growing. Many of these recipes are Arlene's, although she has also been aided in this enormous effort by several other great cooks. But who is Arlene? She is a woman who has managed to be successful in two very different fields and I have come to admire greatly. If you are as curious about this remarkable lady as I am, you will enjoy this article from her home town.
Evolution, Revolution . . . Women & Food|
By Arlene Marshall on July 1, 2010
I have fond memories of my Swedish grandmother working in her farm kitchen, always wearing an apron, and a long wooden spoon in hand. Her hands were never idle and she shared many cozy visits with me as she labored. At the age of 10, I was sent to stay with her to help her out. She had broken both of her wrists and could do nothing. I learned from her how to cook, do laundry, clean house and pick eggs. Working in the kitchen was my grandmotherâ€™s job. Women have always worked, especially those women who are in the minority and those of lower economic levels. In the early years of our country, there werenâ€™t many jobs easily available to women, except domestic positions.