From three-ingredient appetizers to a gourmet sea scallop feast, a new cookbook created by members of the Seagrove Garden Club offers recipes for every cook.
Coastal Flavors and Flowers: A Seagrove Garden Club Cookbook celebrates food that brings people together. Celebrations can take place at the beach, by a pool, at a barbecue or in the dining room. Each recipe contributed by garden club members, friends and local chefs represents a tried-and-true recipe that is truly special.
As people spend more time at home during the pandemic, everyone is looking for inspiration in the kitchen. “These recipes will be your new favorites,” said Marla Hudson, cookbook committee co-chairman.
The 146-page cookbook includes more than 300 recipes from appetizers, soup and salads to main meals, side dishes, bread and dessert. Club members also contributed photos of the Seagrove area and stories about club members who live along the beaches of 30A.
Seagrove Garden Club, launched in 1963, has evolved to focus on giving back to the community. The club’s annual December Gifting and Giving event raises money to support local charities, especially those that assist children and families. Last year, 20 local families and numerous community groups were helped.
“Proceeds from cookbook sales will help the club continue to support charity organizations in our area during this difficult economic time,” said Mary Lamb, chairman of the Christmas charity committee.
Coastal Flavors and Flowers: A Seagrove Garden Club Cookbook is available for $26 at three locations: The Blue Giraffe at Inlet Beach, 13123 E. Emerald Coast Parkway; 1920 & Co., 3906 US Highway 98 W., Suite 38, in Emerald Coast Plaza near the Santa Rosa Post Office; and at Bastide Home & Garden, 17 Tanglewood Dr., near the west end of 30A.
For more information about this release, contact club member Eileen O’Grady, email@example.com or call 281-979-4783.
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