The Red Hat Society Cookbook

The Red Hat Society Cookbook will delight you with a selection of over 1,000 recipes from the ladies of the Red Hat Society social organization. The cookbook includes recipes for tea parties, a popular tradition of the organization, plus an array of other favorite dishes. 


Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 596 pages 

Copyright: 2006 

Publisher: Rutledge Hill Press 

Author: Sue Ellen Cooper 

ISBN: 9781401602468

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Description: The Red Hat Society is a disorganization filled with "ladies who lunch" and are ready to enjoy leisurely times with like- minded friends. Silliness is the comic relief of life and Red Hatters go for the gusto together. Red Hat Society members have done their time in carpool lanes. They have completed their duties as personal chefs, domestic engineers, and corporate executives. As the Red Hat Society theme song states, "All my life, I've done for you. Now it's my turn to do for me." 

And since food and fun go hand in hand. The Red Hat Society' Cookbook is filled with more than 1000 recipes -- starting with desserts, of course -- for delightful indulgences such as Red Hot Momma's Party Cake, Berry Easy Red Chicken, Pink Hatter Lemonade, and Queen Mom Angel Biscuits. There are delectable dishes for every occasion -- including fare for tea parties, a favorite tradition of the Red Hat Society The Red Hat Society' Cookbook also contains stories of favorite experiences with food such as the time one newly married Red Hatter put dinner in the oven and went out with her mother. They returned home to a face full of black smoke, the oven door lying on the floor, and metal imbedded in the kitchen cupboards. "I learned something about cooking that day. 

The Red Hat Society began in 2001 when Sue Ellen Cooper began giving her friends a red hat and a copy of "Warning," a poem by Jenny Joseph that depicts an older woman in purple clothing and a red hat. One day these friends decided to go out to tea together dressed in purple dresses and red hats. The tea was a success, others followed, and today the Red Hat Society has members in all fifty states and thirty countries -- all of whom have one common purpose: to have fun! 


Condition: Good condition. 

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