After Stein After the death of Gertrude Stein in 1946, Toklas published her own memoir in 1954 on a volume that combines episodes of her life with recipes, cookbook titled The Alice B. Toklas. The most famous recipe book that contains (a contribution of his friend Brion Gysin) is called “Fudge of hashish”, and is a mixture of fruits, nuts, spices and “marijuana.” This recipe caused Brownie often called Alice B. Toklas these cakes that are made by mixing the ingredients in cannabis. This cookbook has continued reissuing continuously since it first appeared. A second cookbook appeared in 1958, entitled Aromas and flavors of the past and present, however, Toklas did not consider it as his responsibility as the or Poppy Cannon, the House Beautiful magazine, had ed and changed significantly. In addition to these books, Toklas also wrote articles for the newspaper The New Republic and The New York Times.In 1963 he published his autobiography, What is remembered, which ends abruptly with the death of Gertrude Stein, seating and the fact that Stein was the love of his life. His later years were difficult due to poor health and financial problems. These were compounded by the fact that Stein’s heirs had removed the paintings that had left at his death. Later Toklas converted to Catholicism and died in the bosom of that religion. When he died he was 89 and was buried in P re Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France.