Wanderlust infiltrated my blood from early on. I joke that I left the womb three months early, so impatient was I to get a head start on life.

In the beginning, just my mouth got to travel.

And those exhilarating experiences of tasting and eating new things consoled me through a turbulent childhood. As did reading and cooking.

Later, free to live my life as I chose, I grasped it all with both hands, Carpe Diem my motto.

Stoves and Suitcases tells how a kid with an iffy start in life embraced the world – and its food – with arms opened wide.

Look for this memoir soon. Includes over 100 recipes and stories.

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