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martin
Posted 12/24/2018 09:50 (#7193111 - in reply to #7192564)
Subject: RE: local cookbooks


I also like to obtain - and use - church cookbooks, and similar ones.  This summer I was at the Ag Progress Days show.  I stopped at the PA State Grange booth.  They had cookbooks on sale - 3 versions: one from the 1950's, one from the 1980's, and one from the 200's. I bought the 1980's version.   My philosophy on these kind of cookbooks is.... there are hundreds of recipes in there.  I only need to find a couple that I like to make the purchase a worthwhile investment.

Growing up my Mom was a good cook.   Her interest in cooking passed along to her kids.  2-3 years ago, my brother decided he wanted to create a cookbook - of recipes from my Mom and my siblings.  This isn't to sell - just to share within the family.   I am still looking for this project to be completed.  If I don't receive a cookbook tomorrow, I am going to have to "needle" him again.  I think this was... is.... a neat idea, and I am looking for my copy.  

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