Peggy Grose - Author of 'Love and Lemon Pie'
"Recipes" for living and recipes for cooking! In this new book, "Love and Lemon Pie", Peggy S. Grose combines some of the best of the basics in both categories. And she does this in a format that's easy, quick and simple to use in today's busy family lifestyles. Many of the recipes have the popular "Tex-Mex" ingredients and are perfect for feeding a crowd, of any age.
Beth Hunt-Ericson
Former food writer for the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and author of "Wild Rice for all Seasons Cookbook"
Author Peggy Grose

Peggy has a masters in communication from the University of Texas, is a licensed therapist, a seasoned speaker, an experienced counselor, a teacher, a group facilitator, and a workshop presenter. She has had considerable training and experience in sales. She grew up on a farm in southern Georgia, lived in Cuba, New England, Malaya and Singapore.

This lady is the mother of four sons, and the grandmother of three grandsons and one granddaughter. She describes herself as affectionate, a people person, an adventurer, a baby freak, a chocoholic, and a good listener. She says that she has always been afraid that she'll miss something, that she tends to "want it all," and that she wants those around her to "have it all," too. She likes homemaking and decorating, entertaining company, cooking, dancing, swimming, camping, playing Scrabble® with her husband, writing, storytelling, and traveling afar. She reads and studies a lot.

Peggy works in an outpatient, drug rehabilitation program and lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband, Jim Kilpatrick, who brings her DARK chocolate.

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