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Recipes Logged From The Woods Of North Idaho.

Recipes Logged From The Woods Of North Idaho

Priest River Library Club

Friends of the West Bonner Library District

219 Main Street, Priest River, ID 83856

No ISBN, $TBA

Spiral bound for easy kitchen use, "Recipes Logged From The Woods Of North Idaho" is a very special cookbook collection of recipes contributed by the members of the Priest River Library Club and is a fund-raiser for the groups support of their local library. Here are succinct recipes for everything from Appetizers, breads, cakes, and candies, to casseroles, frostings, salads, and relishes. There are special sections devoted to desserts, vegetarian dishes, and helpful kitchen hints. From French Oven Stew; Candied Fruit Nuggets; Anchovy Fritters; and Venison North Idaho; to Sour Cream Raisin Pie; Cinnamon Apples; Erdbeere Bowle Strawberry Punch; and Taco Soup, "Recipes Logged From The Woods Of North Idaho" offers and veritable cornucopia of dishes that would satisfy any appetite and please any palate.
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Author:Cowper, Mary
Publication:MBR Bookwatch
Date:Dec 1, 2006
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