2 thoughts on “MAJA SCHELER: The Notorious Mrs. Cook

  1. I had breakfast at Mrs. Cook’s once, ages ago, before she had so finely honed her craft. She served us up some full-of-baloney quiche and a side of that’s-what-she-said sausage with a pitcher of I’m-fully-toasted martini flavored margaritas to wash it all down.

    Glad to hear she’s still in business.
    You write her well.

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