MFK Fisher – Hemet’s first foodie

Photo by Darlene RamirezMFK Fisher, at her typewriter, was a Foodie before anybody knew what a foodie was. ■ Matt McPherson / Columnist Once upon a time in the southern foothills of Hemet, just below the Ramona Bowl, a world famous writer and author nurtured and developed her skills as a pioneer of the Foodie culture. Mary Frances Kennedy Fisher was a world traveler, culinary expert, artist and famous author. Fisher wrote some of her most popular books here while living on her 90 acres she called Bareacres. At the top of Cornell hill, before Gibbel flats existed, sat a humble abode inhabited by Fischer and her husband. The house was

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