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by Lenora Mattingly Weber

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ISBN:
0690124902
Author:
Lenora Mattingly Weber
Language:
English
Publisher:
Crowell; First Edition edition (1972)
Pages:
277 pages
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1543 kb
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1127 kb
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Book by Weber, Lenora Mattingly. The Beany Malone Cookbook Paperback – April, 2000.

Book by Weber, Lenora Mattingly. by. Lenora Mattingly Weber (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

The Beany Malone Cookbook book. Her last book was published posthumously in 1972. In 1943 the first Beany Malone book, Meet the Malones, was published. Beany Malone became Weber's most well-known creation, featured in 14 books and appearing as a minor character in the Katie Rose Belford and Stacy Belford series. Other books in the series. Beany Malone (1 - 10 of 14 books). Books by Lenora Mattingly Weber.

The Beany Malone Cookbook. Published by Thriftbooks To each their own taste wise, but actually owning a copy of the book and using it will help one form a more realistic opinion. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. Many, many simple recipes any teenager can do learning the "old-fashioned" way of cooking. To each their own taste wise, but actually owning a copy of the book and using it will help one form a more realistic opinion.

Beany Malone" is the second book in the Beany Malone series. It was the first book in which Lenora Mattingly Weber shifted focus off Mary Fred Malone and onto her younger sister, Beany. From Image Cascade: Beany, 16., is instructed by her father to look after the Malone family when he travels to Arizona to convalesce following a case of pneumonia. With protective loyalty, Beany's attempts to shield her family from pain and disappointment by locking up their hearts from potential threats.

In an effort to update Beany's image there's even a chapter on ""the simple life,"" with sitar music in the background and biodegradable soap in the sink, featuring organically grown fruits and vegetables and offering directions for yogurt and unleavened wheat bread-but scarcely compatible.

In an effort to update Beany's image there's even a chapter on ""the simple life,"" with sitar music in the background and biodegradable soap in the sink, featuring organically grown fruits and vegetables and offering directions for yogurt and unleavened wheat bread-but scarcely compatible with the canned soups

Lenora Mattingly Weber (1895–1971) was an American author of short stories and novels. Weber died on January 30, 1971. She wrote 34 books, including a cookbook of Beany Malone-inspired recipes, and more than 80 short stories (including serializations of some of her novels.

Lenora Mattingly Weber (1895–1971) was an American author of short stories and novels. Lenora Mattingly was born in Dawn, Missouri on October 1, 1895, and lived most of her life in Denver, Colorado. She married Albert Herman Weber in 1916 and was the mother of six children. Al Weber died in 1945. Until they were republished by Image Cascade starting in 1999, the Beany Malone and Belford series were scarce and avidly collected.

by Lenora (Mattingly) Weber. by Lenora (Mattingly) Weber. The Beany Malone Cookbook.

Meet the Malones (Beany Malone Series Book 1). Lenora Mattingly Weber. The free online library containing 500000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. A diverse group of Beany fans lives worldwide and discusses all things Weber online. In 2002, Image Cascade published a biography, Nonie, which combined Weber’s own autobiographical notes with a biography written by her son David Weber.

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  • Otrytrerl
Retro recipes, many of which are still great. Nice to read little stories and anecdotes that go with them. Great for any Beany Malone fans!
  • Connorise
Many, many simple recipes any teenager can do learning the "old-fashioned" way of cooking. There is also a surprising "Not Too Refined, Please" chapter on organic growing and recipes, including some info I didn't know on yoghurt! Very advanced for 1972, I say.
  • Doukasa
I absolutely loved this cookbook! I loved reading about Beanie, Kay and Johnny and Mary Fred in the kitchen. Brought back lots of memories of when I read the books growing up. I am now re-reading the series and enjoying them the second time around too. Yes, of course the series is now dated, but they are definitely clasic treasures!
  • Gaiauaco
Excellent, no problems, hard to find and happy to get it.
  • Modred
I am a Beany Malone/Katie Rose fan since the 50s and own all the books. Very disappointed in the cookbook.
Where is the Lady Eleanor cake and Johnny’s green noodles ala Naples???
  • Rolorel
I actually own a copy of this book. It was my mom's and she handed it down to me.

I have found mny of the recipes in here to be really good. The waffle recipe is the one my family has used for years. Several of the dishes are absolutely yummy.

To each their own taste wise, but actually owning a copy of the book and using it will help one form a more realistic opinion.
  • Jieylau
This was a gift to complete my friends childhood collection. She loves it..