Winners Junior League of Indianapolis Cookbook
Winners Junior League Indianapolis cookbook showcases the winning recipes from the organization. You'll enjoy dishes from Hoosier hostesses that use fresh ingredients and are part of a broad range of cuisines.
Format: Hardcover, 333 pages
Copyright: 1955, 1st Printing
Publisher: The Junior League of Indianapolis, Inc.
Author: Members of the Junior League of Indianapolis, Indiana
Description: Indianapolis is a city of Winners.
From the blue ribbons proudly adorning the judges' picks at the bustling Indiana State Fair to the checkered flags jubilantly signaling the victory lap of another world-renowned 500 Mile Race, winning is a time-honored tradition in Indiana's capital city.
Rising in recent years to global recognition as a major center of amateur sports, Indianapolis hosted the 1982 National Sports Festival and was selected as the site for the International Pan American Games of 1987. The phenomenally successful first International Violin Competition, held here in 1982, captured the attention of music devotees everywhere, and will be repeated on a quadrennial basis.
Accordingly, when we set out to produce a cook book representing our winning city, we determined that it must be of first place, blue ribbon quality. The Winners Junior League Indianapolis cookbook delineates the full variety of foods and techniques which blend deliciously to create our city's distinctive culinary legacy. It stresses ease of preparation and use of only the freshest ingredients, and presents a spectrum of sophisticated recipes which lend themselves to elegant and memorable meals.
This collection includes hearty harvest favorites from the bounty of Hoosier farmlands alongside prized ethnic specialties introduced by the many nationalities which have fused to form the cosmopolitan Indianapolis community.
Condition: Good condition.