What's Cookin' in the Grange Cookbook
What's Cookin' in the Grange Cookbook from The National Grange organization compiles 400 favorite recipes from 37 state Granges. There are also some historical references, facts, and trivia.
Format: Softcover spiral bound, 254 pages
Copyright: 2000, First Printing
Author: The National Grange
Description: The National Grange of the Order of Patrons of Husbandry, a nonprofit organization, is the only agricultural family fraternity that stands for social and educational development of rural life.
What's Cookin' in the Grange features tried and true recipes; original watercolor artwork; and facts, history, and trivia about the Grange. Other highlights include:
Nearly 400 recipes with these special features:
- Men's Specialities—to prepare and enjoy
- Children's Recipes—fun to cook and eat
- Historical or Heritage Recipes -- handed down from generation to generation
- Quick or Easy—designed for today's fast-paced lifestyle
- All-time favorites from thirty-seven state Granges—including state histories
Facts, history, and trivia about the Grange:
- The Grange was the first organization to give women equal status with men.
- The National Grange building was dedicated in 1960 by President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson and is the only privately owned property within Executive Square in Washington, D.C.
Condition: Good condition with minor shelf wear.
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