Person in the avant-garde motion best known on her behalf intimate romantic relationship with Gertrude Stein. Their romantic relationship was permanently immortalized in the lyric series from “Bosom Buddies,” an integral tune in “Mame,” the favorite stage musical. She went to school on the School of Washington, and she opened up a literary salon that enticed famous brands Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso. Her 1954 function, “The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook,” included a now-famous formula for weed brownies. She grew up within a middle-class Jewish family members, the daughter of the Polish army official. Her 1963 autobiography, “WHAT’S Remembered,” finished with the loss of life of her longtime fan, Gertrude Stein. She supplied the motivation for the Peter Retailers film “I REALLY LIKE You, Alice B. Toklas” from 1968.