Tasha Tudor is my number one idol. I am not much of a gardener
(but I try), I don't have many of her children's books, and my
Corgis are Cardigans, not Pembrokes, but I love everything about
this dear lady. Most of all I love her lifestyle and her incredible
ability to do exact what she wants to do. I had the honor and
pleasure of meeting her (and having her autograph my copy of her
cookbook) when she was in Historical Williamsburg, Virginia in
November a couple of years ago.
I would especially like hearing from other people who are interested
in living the simple, old-fashioned lifestyle that Tasha does
so well. I am married, 48 years old, with a grown son and daughter.
I love spinning, weaving, cooking in my wood-fired brick oven,
collecting antiques and historical re-enactment.
If anyone has any links to other relevant websites I'd appreciate
hearing about those too.
-- Forest Butera
To join our Tasha Tudor e-mail list fan club:
Tasha Tudor and
Family Tasha's own website
Grummond Collection - Tasha Tudor papers
Pembroke Welsh Corgis
Cardigan Welsh Corgis
Fine, Rare & Collectible Books - An Accolade to Tasha
and wild things by Barbara Hall - Tasha Tudor
- Living Women's Herstory - A review of the book, Tasha
- Information on building and using wood-fired ovens, including
photographs of our oven during the building process.
and Weavers, Inc. - We love the old ways. Here's our website
for our historical re-enactment group, Summerisle Spinners
and Weavers, Inc.
to Weave - Home page for the Spin To Weave e-mail list