Cookbooks may not seem like an interesting literary genre to some people, but to others, it is fascinating. Did you know that in this country some 65 million copies of the Betty Crocker cookbook have been sold, making it the top-selling cookbook of all time? In 1950 when it made its public appearance it became a national best-seller even selling more copies that year than the Bible.
Here is a new one.
After several years in the making, the 40th Anniversary Guinea Jubilee Cookbook makes its debut Sunday at Guinea Heritage Day, starting at 2 p.m. in Achilles Elementary School. One day only! It then goes under cover and will make its second appearance at the 40th Guinea Jubilee at the end of the month.
Chaired by Melissa Ashe, the committee with the help of others and with recipes on hand that Della Grinnell had collected before her death, has created a book offering 935 many, many times tested recipes. Some have been passed from generation to generation. Written history reflects...
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