Cookbooks

Blessings in Our Soup: Memoirs and Recipes from Dufour’s in Irvington

The Dufour kids played restaurant in the basement with a play cash register, play dishes, and a make-shift counter. With a large family, a mom who cooked like there was no tomorrow, and a dad who sold restaurant equipment, their destiny was laid out early in life. Follow two of the Dufour siblings, Bernadette and Maria, as they take you through loving memoirs and recipes collected from family and friends and used at Dufour’s in Irvington, a neighborhood eatery. Read about mouthwatering delights that were created for the restaurant and a laugh or two that went along with each recipe....

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The 2016 Indianapolis Zoobilation Restaurant & Foodie Guide

The best part of the adventure - the wild and delicious food of Zoobilation. The 2016 Indianapolis Zoobilation Restaurant & Foodie Guide is a celebration of the restaurants and foodie venues that participate in the annual Zoobilation event. Each 2-page spread contains information about the venues including hours, locations, signature dishes or favorite menus and maybe the recipe to your favorite food or drink at Zoobilation. A portion of all proceeds benefit the Zoo.

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Indianapolis Memories: Festivals Cookbook

Printed in 1997, Indianapolis Memories: Festivals Cookbook  is a collection of recipes from Indianapolis' most popular community festivals, ranging from a month-long extravaganza honoring a world-class sporting event to one-day celebrations of food and fun. Numerous ethnic festivals add a richness and diversity to the mix that one might not expect in such a solidly Midwestern city. It features recipes from fourteen of Indianapolis' most popular festivals, including the 500 Festival, Balkan Festival, Italian Street Festival, Strawberry Festival, Midsummer Fest, Indiana Black Expo's Summer Celebration, Oktoberfest, Greek Festival, Penrod Arts Fair, Fiesta, Western Festival, Applefest, International Festival, and the Festival...

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2015 Indianapolis Zoobilation Restaurant & Foodie Guide

The best part of the adventure - the wild and delicious food of Zoobilation. The 2015 Indianapolis Zoobilation Restaurant & Foodie Guide is a celebration of the restaurants and foodie venues that participate in the annual Zoobilation event. Each 2-page spread contains information about the venues including hours, locations, signature dishes or favorite menus and maybe the recipe to your favorite food or drink at Zoobilation. A portion of all proceeds benefit the Zoo.

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Truly Cultured

What does being truly cultured really mean? Taste [list type="bullet"] Our Favorite Foods: Did you realize that almost all of our favorite foods – cheese, bread, beer, coffee, most condiments – yes, even chocolate … are ALL cultured or fermented foods? Eating More but Enjoying it Less? Learn how healthy and delicious, classic fermented food can restore real eating enjoyment while they jumpstart your digestion and immunity. [/list] Health [list type="bullet"] What’s Wrong with this Picture? From antacids to yeast meds, obesity to antibiotics and pesticide resistance … Our health and environment is out of whack, on fire! What’s the...

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Junior League 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 Indy 500 Mile Race, winning is a time-honored tradition in Indiana’s capital city. Accordingly, when we set out to produce a cookbook representing our winning city, we determined that it must be of first place, blue ribbon quality. Our book, Winners, delineates the full variety of foods and techniques that blend deliciously to create our city’s distinctive culinary legacy. It stresses ease of preparation and use of only the freshest ingredients, and presents...

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Hand Me Down Heart

Inspiration takes so many forms! It is our cherished relationships that celebrate life's journey and sustain us in our times of challenge. As heirs and stewards of our family history and treasured memories, it is up to us to pass those values from one generation to the next. The arts of quilting and cooking have long sought to reinforce that while life is precious and fragile, the thread that connect us is vibrant and strong. It is the simple things that keep life rich and comforting, and they fill our days with sharing and support. Certainly recipe sharing is one...

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