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Holtsville mom’s eBook redefines fast food

Holtsville mom brings her recipes to Kindle.

Holtsville mom brings her recipes to Kindle. Credit: Handout

Adrienne Wilber has been rushing home from work to prepare quick meals for her active Holtsville family for years.

The 49-year-old IRS employee has had a lot of practice cooking on the run and has been storing her recipes on her computer for her own use. But all that changed during the holidays when her husband gave her a Kindle.

Inspired by how easy the eReader was to use, Wilber submitted her collection of recipes to, and now anyone can tap into her experience, dubbed the “Long Island Working Woman’s Cookbook,” for $2.99.

“I enjoy cooking, I’ve always enjoyed cooking,” she said.

Wilber has dedicated her cookbook to her late mother, Harriette Meyers, who introduced her to the culinary world when she was a child. Her mom also taught her that the most important part of food is family.

“If you have a family, you should eat together at the dinner table,” Wilber said.

The book can be downloaded from here.

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