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Celebrate the food and hospitality of the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas where a thriving economy is enjoyed, along with incredible population growth. Our response to this growth is one of timeless Southern hospitality and tradition. When the doorbell rings at dinnertime we...Add Another Place Setting.
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Favorite Recipes Press, an imprint of FRP Books, Inc., has a forty year history connecting Junior Leagues with home cooks by partnering with them to produce cookbooks that showcase their regional cuisines and traditions, tell the stories of their charitable causes and raise money so that their good work can be carried on, even expanded. The results is well over 3 million Junior League cookbooks in circulation and a reputation for tried and true recipes collected by home cooks across the country. Favorite Recipes Press was founded in 1961 by Millard Fuller and Morris Dees, to fund their college educations. Both, later, sold their interests in the company and founded nationally knows not-for-profit organizations. Fuller founded Habitat for Humanity International and Dees founded the Southern Poverty Law Center. One of the nation's best-known and most respected producers of cookbooks, Favorite Recipes Press has produced over 1000 titles working with nonprofit organizations, chefs, resorts, spas, retailers, restaurants and more. Favorite Recipes Press clients' cookbooks have won 100's of awards including, Julia Child Awards, Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards, James Beard Foundation Awards, Writer's Digest Awards, and others.Review:
The Junior League of Northwest Arkansas has created a beautifully classic cookbook, Add Another Place Setting. With a basic, clean-cut presentation, the recipe selection in the book is truly amazing. Book chapters include Comfort Food, Stay for Dinner and Save Room for Dessert. The Farmers Market chapter features recipes like Southern Squash Casserole, Tomato Relish, and Bread and Butter Pickles all classics that anyone with an appreciation of fresh, local produce certainly enjoys. The book joins spicier recipe selections like Plum Chicken with Couscous and Smoked Gouda Mashed Potatoes, with favorites like Country Chicken Potpie and Home-Style Corn Casserole. Add Another Place Setting also gives homage to what can come from good people who thrive on an entrepreneurial spirit in a free enterprise economy. Inspirational stories of people like Bernice Young Jones, who created the Jones Center for Families, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Sam Walton of Wal-Mart, are modestly presented throughout the book. The stories, anecdotes and facts are shared in no particular order as if they re all pieces of the whole wonderful, colorful fabric that holds northwest Arkansas together. While historical roots run deep, these communities remain open to new cultural influences that the local economy has attracted over the years --Amanda Sapp, Publicist, Favorite Recipes Press
These busy women in the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas not only know how to organize a great event but they have also been cooking up something special on the side for all of NWA to enjoy. The Junior League has put together an outstanding cookbook that rivals anything that Southern Living could cook up, and the best part is that it features 200 of the most delicious recipes from right here in NWA. It highlights many of the local historic sites and area attractions as well as recipes from notable women like the late Helen Walton and Bernice Jones and family recipes from the Walker s, the Tyson s and the George s. The title of the cookbook is inspired by the incredible growth we have seen in our area. NWA s response to this growth has been one of timeless Southern tradition and hospitality, and so the Junior League noted when someone comes to the door at dinnertime, we simply Add Another Place Setting. The book contains more than 200 recipes your family will enjoy, and the cookbook itself is a treasure you could give any friend or colleague as a gift to share the story of NWA through full-color, professional photographs, recipes and interesting side bars. --Dick Trammel, Hidden Treasures, Celebrate Arkansas Magazine, November 2008
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