Potluck Favorites: Country Comfort
Over 100 Popular Recipes from Church Suppers, Firehouse Dinners, and Community Fundraisers
Written by Monica Musetti-Carlin
Foreword by Roland A. Iadanza
Category: Cooking - American; Cooking; Cooking - Courses & Dishes - Casseroles
Format: Trade Paperback, 208 pages
On Sale Date: December 30, 2014
FUNDRAISE WITH FLAVOR FOR YOUR FAVORITE CHARITY, CHURCH, OR CAUSE!
Whether it’s a church supper, firehouse dinner, or community potluck, food and fundraising go hand in hand. Putting together an attractive and appetizing menu is central to any fundraising event. Country Comfort: Potluck Favorites has gathered over 100 of the most demanded recipes from fundraisers across the USA and is designed to inspire you to turn ordinary dishes into extraordinary memories for your community and big money for your charity event.
Each recipe is a hand-picked and proven money-maker and carefully selected to highlight a variety of flavors that everyone will love, including: Blue Point Oyster Stew, Butter Chicken, Fireman’s Firehouse Chili, Jamaican Jerk Chicken, Manhattan Clam Chowder, and so much more.
With dishes proven to be popular and profitable at a wide variety of fundraisers, Country Comfort: Potluck Favorites takes the guesswork out of planning the menu for your next fundraiser.
Country Comfort: Potluck Favorites also includes:
• Easy-to-follow techniques to help simplify the cooking process
• Professional tips for preparing common ingredients into spectacular spreads
• Detailed instructions for planning your own fundraising event
• Menu ideas collected from successful fundraisers
• And much more!
Perfect for beginners who prefer easy-to-follow recipes or experienced chefs looking to enhance their culinary craft, Country Comfort: Potluck Favorites is your go-to guide for memorable recipes to get the whole town talking.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Monica Musetti-Carlin holds a degree in liberal arts and is an award-winning media consultant. As a journalist, lecturer and “foodie” with over 30 years of experience in media, she continues to contribute to such publications as The New York Times, New York Magazine and many New York weeklies. Most recently, in addition to writing the Country Comfort series, she is completing several nonfiction and fictional works in progress and is looking to enhance the marketing and distribution of her recipe and craft product lines.