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I am also compiling a cookbook related to my years as the proprietor and instructor at the Hurley Kitchen Cooking School in Newtown, Conn.
It has been a while since I served as chair of the first Boston University cookbook, (Potpourri Books, 2017).
After his brother was called into the army in August 1942, he says, “my father wrote our high school principal to ask if I might be allowed to drop out of school on the first of March each year to do the work required on the farm each spring.
My father was a tool and die maker during the war and subsequently needed someone on the farm to help my mother care for the livestock each day. The principal agreed, with the proviso that I had to take the final exams each June, and if I passed them, I could stay with my class.