Church Socials: 782 Delicious Recipes from Our Church Communities for All Your Special Celebrations
Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, Incorporated, 2008 - Cooking - 400 pages
"Church Socials" is a comprehensive collection of delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes collectd from church nationwide that celebrates community and good eating. It's the follow-up to Black and Dog's incredibly successful "Church Suppers" cookbook (204,000 copies in print), and in the same attractive, easy-to-use format.- Potluck suppers, after-the-service brunches, dinners on the grounds, and bake sales are church events that highlight the best tried-and-true recipes home cooking has to offer. The best recipes for all these occasions are brought to you in "Church Socials".- "Church Socials" is organized by event, so readers will find recipes and suggested menus for their next special celebration. The recipes cover a wide range of classics from all over the U.S.A. and include some new-fangled favorites that are sure to become must-serve treats in no time.- Try regional favorite recipes such as French Toast Casserole, Zucchini Potato Salad, Tossed Taco Salad, Baked Chicken Parmesan, Frenc Oven Beef Stew, Spiced Wassail, Blueberry Peach Cobbler, Spicy Chiffon Cake, Sloppy Joes, Fresh No-Knead-Never Fail Bread, and Seven Layer Salad.- The book suggests recipes--and special menus-- for all occasions, such as church picnics, christenings, weddings, feeding the needy, tea after the service, and more. The section on cooking for a crowd dispenses helpful information when you're feeding a large group of people.
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So yummy!User Review - danielle74 - Overstock.com
The recipes were just what I was looking for. From Breakfast to Large family style dinners this book has it all! So easy and it also makes cooking fun! Great house warming gift! Read full review
Church SocialsUser Review - dist55 - Overstock.com
This is a beautiful notebook of easy to read recipes. I was impressed at the variety of foods. It is a great addition to our church library. Read full review