Lynne Ledden Runyon: From the kitchen of a pantry cook
Published: 4:00 PM, 02/01/2013
Author: Richard Daugherty Source: The Herald-News
As a fairly regular patron of the Clyde Roddy Library in Dayton, and from having taught her children in school, I have been acquainted with Lynne Ledden Runyon for a good while. But I had never had a “cooking” discussion with her until the other day in the store when she was telling me about a simple—and I was to find out for myself later—and delicious crockpot beef recipe. I always seem to notice the kinds of groceries that people have in their shopping carts, and just one glance into hers, and I knew she was a good cook. You can usually tell.
Having grown up in New Jersey and then being parents of missionaries in Japan and later becoming a “navy wife” Lynne has been exposed to interesting and varied food from all over the world, and from that she has developed a culinary style all her own.
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