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Cuisine by Ella Wheeler Wilcox is a delightful exploration of the role of food in our lives. The author weaves together personal anecdotes, historical references, and practical advice to create a comprehensive guide to the art of cooking and dining. Throughout the book, Wilcox emphasizes the importance of savoring each meal and using food as a means of connecting with others.

One of the aspects that I particularly enjoyed about this book is the way Wilcox emphasizes the importance of mindfulness in our eating habits. She encourages readers to slow down, savor each bite, and appreciate the flavors and textures of their food. This emphasis on mindfulness not only enhances the dining experience but also promotes healthy eating habits.

Additionally, Cuisine is filled with practical tips and recipes that are sure to inspire even the most novice cook. From simple breakfast ideas to elegant dinner party menus, Wilcox provides a wide range of options to suit any occasion. Her enthusiasm for cooking is infectious, and her passion for food shines through on every page.

Overall, I found Cuisine to be a thoroughly enjoyable read. Whether you're a seasoned chef or just looking to improve your cooking skills, this book is sure to provide valuable insights and inspiration. I highly recommend it to anyone who appreciates good food and good company.

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Ella Wheeler Wilcox was an American author and poet, who was considered a popular poet rather than a literary poet, in her poems she expresses sentiments of cheer and optimism in plainly written, rhyming verse. Her world view is expressed in the title of her poem "Whatever Is—Is Best", suggesting an echo of Alexander Pope's "Whatever is, is right." None of Wilcox's works were included by F. O. Matthiessen in The Oxford Book of American Verse, but Hazel Felleman chose no fewer than fourteen of her poems for Best Loved Poems of the American People, while Martin Gardner selected "The Way Of The World" and "The Winds of Fate" for Best Remembered Poems. She is frequently cited in anthologies of bad poetry, such as The Stuffed Owl: An Anthology of Bad Verse and Very Bad Poetry.

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