"California Fresh Harvest" — excellent cookbook find!

On my weekly trip to Borders Book last week, I found this great cookbook “California Fresh Harvest” which was published by the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay, Inc. This is a beautifully illustrated cookbook, one you could call a “coffee table” book and includes lots of tips, quips, pictures, helps and information on the area. The recipes look great and I plan to try some of them over the next few weeks and will share them here. The most important thing about this cookbook was the price…a mere $3.99!!! (originally about $20) for a large, beautifully bound hardback cookbook! Wow, my kind of deal and being the cookbook collector I am, a wonderful find! If you have a Borders Books near you, I would suggest making a trip there and picking up this book. I have found many of the Junior League cookbooks to be excellent with fast but delicious recipes. Others I like, the Junior Leagues of Washington and Charleston.

“Product Description: Arranged by season, this cookbook highlights the abundance of fresh foods cultivated in Northern California. In addition to our members’ favorite recipes, which have been triple-tested in our own kitchens, California Fresh Harvest provides fascinating food lore, inspirational menus, wine pairings, cooking tips, and information on local events and special destinations. In the tradition of the treasured, original California Fresh cookbook, again the Junior League of Oakland-East Bay has created a classic for Northern California residents and visitors alike.”

For our eBay readers, you might even find a better price!

enjoy & bon appetit!


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