Secrets of the Tsil Cafe: A Novel With Recipes

by Thomas Fox Averill | Romance |
ISBN: 0399147551 Global Overview for this book
Registered by jennannej of Coronado, California USA on 2/29/2004
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2 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by jennannej from Coronado, California USA on Sunday, February 29, 2004
Not quite my cup of tea, but I've always kind of liked the idea of novels with recipes included.

Released on Wednesday, March 03, 2004 at The Mill Coffee Shop at the corner of 8th & "P" in Lincoln, Nebraska USA.

In the handy dancy little exchange crate by the newspapers!

Journal Entry 3 by SiDiC from Lincoln, Nebraska USA on Thursday, September 16, 2004
Found this at the College View location of The Mill coffeeshop (so it had already traveled across town since it was released) -- actually a couple of months ago, I just forgot to journal it. I gave it try, but it wasn't quite my cup of tea, either. Good writing, but I just couldn't get into the characters. I'm heading out on vacation today, so I'll take it along to drop somewhere on the way to or from the Twin Cities.

Journal Entry 4 by SiDiC at Como Park Conservatory in Saint Paul, Minnesota USA on Tuesday, September 21, 2004

Released 16 yrs ago (9/19/2004 UTC) at Como Park Conservatory in Saint Paul, Minnesota USA



On my wife's 45th birthday (9-19-2004), after attending the "Party in the Park" at Rice Park and Landmark Park (in downtown Saint Paul, MN) to celebrate the end of the "Doghouse Days of Summer" final city-wide Peanuts statue event, and after witnessing the unveiling of the final two bronze Peanuts statues in Rice Park (Peppermint Patty kicking a football, and Marcie sitting on a bench _reading_a_book_!!), we visited the famous Como Park Conservatory during its final hour of business. This is a wonderful indoor conservatory of tropic plants, including a gorgeous sunken garden, and an outdoors Japanese Garden (though my wife says it was nowhere near as nice as the Japanese garden in Seattle that she visited in 2002). This lush spot of the tropics in the middle of beautiful Como Park is where I released this book, leaving it leaning up against the leg of one of the dozens of benches inside the main building. Hopefully, it won't be found by staff and disappear into their "lost & found". The colorful green and red of the cover matched nicely with the tropical greenery and red orchids surrounding the bench where I left it. Happy reading!!!

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