All Gone : A Memoir of My Mother’s Dementia, With Refreshments.

A poignant portrait of the author’s mother and her descent into dementia, especially difficult for the family to get their brains around because the mother was a no-nonsense, take-no-prisoners, teacher with a PhD.  Not really refreshments, I’d call them recipes, as the author tries to reconnect with her mother by cooking her mother’s signature convenience-food-based dishes.

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