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Recipes Worth Sharing honors decades of America’s Community Cookbooks
FRP Publishing has released Recipes Worth Sharing, a collection of recipes and stories from America’s most-loved community cookbooks.
By: FRP Books, Inc.
These community groups from around the nation selected their favorite recipes from their own classic cookbooks and contributed them to Recipes Worth Sharing. Thus, the book is a plethora of American food culture as it exists in various regions.
The oldest recipes included are from Charleston Receipts, the first junior league cookbook, which the Junior League of Charleston, North Carolina published in 1951. Other recipes are from books as geographically diverse and new include:
- Grilled Chicken and Peach Salad: Shall We Gather from Wetumpka, Alabama’s Trinity Episcopal Church
- Sunday Favorite Brisket: Once Upon a Time from the Junior League of Evansville, Indiana
- Real Cajun Red Beans and Rice: Mardi Gras to Mistletoe from the Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier, Louisiana
- Gourmet Mac ‘n’ Cheese: Celebrate the Rain from the Junior League of Seattle, Washington
Recipes Worth Sharing also features stories from the women who have created community cookbooks and accounts of how these simple books have helped their local communities in turn.
With more than 500 recipes from 82 community cookbooks, representing 26 states and 63 community groups, Recipes Worth Sharing is something to use and cherish for decades to come.
Recipes Worth Sharing (ISBN 978-0-87197543-
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