Art Fare Toledo Museum Ohio
The Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio published Art Fare Cookbook - A Commemorative Celebration of Art and Food. This beautiful cookbook celebrates the Museum's 100th anniversary. Over 200 Midwest regional recipes from the Toledo community were contributed and now are shared through Art Fare. The book was also a National Winner of the Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards in 2001.
Format: Hardcover and dust jacket, 176 pages.
Copyright: 2000, First Printing
Publisher: Toledo Museum of Art Aides
Author: Toledo Museum of Art Aides
Description: The Toledo Museum of Art Aides have been "goodwill ambassadors" for the Museum since 1957. Organized to serve as a community liaison for the Museum, they have committed themselves to expanding Museum memberships. The Museum Aides have established and continue to maintain the Collector's Corner, a venue for the sale of original art, In addition, they host Museum-sponsored events and initiate many creative and highly imaginative projects.
Words cannot capture the intense loyalty and total commitment of the Museum Aides who constantly strive to share the Museum experience with the community. In this spirit, our newest project is a tangible gift to the Museum in honor of its 100th year. We have published this cookbook as a permanent tribute fora momentous milestone. We bring to your table our Art Fare: A Commemorative Celebration of Art and Food.
The symbolic insignia worn by The Toledo Museum of Art Aides is an exact copy of an ancient fused mosaic glass roundel on display in the Glass Gallery. The use of a circle indicates continuity and completion. Several concentric circles represent the radiation of creativity and knowledge. Worn with pride, this symbol is consistent with the mission statement of the Museum Aides.
Our Midwest region is a cook's paradise. Located on the shores of Lake Erie, we are blessed with an abundance of fresh fish, and our fertile soil produces a wide variety of vegetables and fruits. Ohio is known for its plentiful supply of beef, pork, and poultry, and during the crisp days of fall, local hunters provide us with deer, duck, and pheasant.
Entertaining in the Toledo area also mirrors the food of a wide variety of ethnic cultures. We are strongly influenced by the German, Greek, Hungarian, Mediterranean, Hispanic, and Polish heritages that exist in our diverse community.
With Midwest-zest, we are presenting over 200 recipes in our cookbook, Art Fare. Each triple-tested recipe will capture your imagination in a special way, and the aromas from the kitchen will become addictive.
Frequently referred to as the "Glass Capital of the World," Toledo is forever grateful to the Libbeys for bringing the glass industry to our community and establishing the Toledo Museum of Art.
Condition: Good condition.