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There was the great-great-great-grandmother who was serenaded by a gentleman back in Italy (where, we don't know for certain, but I like to imagine Tuscany) and married against her family's wishes; a car accident in the 'new country' that nearly claimed lives and instilled a lifelong fear of motor vehicles; children abandoned and raised by their older siblings; and enough broken hearts and stolen money to populate a serial on the BBC (or a Dickens novel). Hearing these stories, I am always struck not only by how much the world has changed and how shocked these people would be to discover these changes, but also by how colorful and how rich their lives seem in comparison to our computer-dominated existences. I also sometimes think that, given the surreal nature of some of these tales and the fact that I had been made privy to them at a fairly young age, it's no wonder I found myself on the doorstep of Russian literature. Of course, I don't mean, or intend, to trivialize my family members in any way; they were real and, in memories and family movies, continue to be as real as ever. It's just that, for me, they have always seemed both larger than life and, as I never actually met them, somewhat elusive. I know that my great-grandfather had a hearty laugh and a love of sports and that my great-grandmother and namesake was a card shark who loved to gamble, was prone to exaggeration (really, just a euphemism for lies, but white lies only) and could cook circles around you in the kitchen. She also just happened to be petite and feisty, and I am often told that I am like her. When I look at her photograph and try to figure out what we more noticeably have in common, I immediately see the bump in her nose. And when I hear that, after being diagnosed with the brain tumor that would claim her life, rather than heeding the advice of the doctors, she instead stuffed her change purse full of the medication that she was supposed to be taking, I know that we are indeed cut from the same cloth. In the early 1950s, Kathryn (the First) opened a small restaurant, the Ten Mile Pizza Hut, along the Monongahela River in southwestern Pennsylvania. Throughout my childhood, I heard much about this pizza, from my family and the parents of friends, who, upon meeting me, would say that my great-grandmother had made the best pizza in town. I would smile and say thank you, that I had heard of this pizza, but had obviously never tried it; secretly, I wondered if it was as good as everybody said, or if they were just being polite, remembering fondly what was no more. To my grandparents and mother, I would ask questions about both the family business, wanting to know why we never made this kind of pizza and why we weren't, as the relatives of a woman who had run a 'Pizza Hut,' filthy rich. The second question was simple to answer: my great-grandmother had never licensed the name (it's also possible that the brothers who founded the first ever 'Pizza Hut' in Wichita, Kansas, in 1958, themselves came up with the name and had never heard of the Ten Mile version). The first question was more complicated, and represents, in addition to spoiling her children one of the greatest regrets of my grandmother's life: that nobody had ever thought to ask for this recipe until it was too late and the effects of the brain tumor had taken this knowledge away. Fast forward to 2010, the year I began writing this blog. I went home that summer, high on the success of having passed my qualifying exams and excited to have, at long last, more time for personal pursuits.

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