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Tastes & Treasures Cookbook Volume II

Tribute Page to Sedona Schnebly in Cherished Legacy Recipes Sponsored by Lisa Schnebly-Heidinger

Picture someone special in your life that showed you they loved you, in all kinds of ways, but one important way was through cooking. Whether it’s the grandparent who always served your favorite dish the first night of a visit, a dear friend who taught you how to make the cookies you still love, or a relative you honor when you prepare a treasured holiday dish, a Tribute page in Tastes & Treasures, Volume II is a wonderful way to celebrate someone you love – as well as introducing the person to a larger audience.

You get to share a bit about the person, and include a recipe, as well as a photo. The cost is $500 for a Tribute page in the Cherished Legacy Recipe chapter. Click here for form.

Here’s just one example of how it might go:

My great-grandmother, Sedona Schnebly, was famous for her cooking: one early visitor wrote of a Thanksgiving dinner that included turkey, beef, duck and pork, as well as a squash hollowed out and used to serve cooked cabbage. She was a practical cook who rarely measured, but she wrote down her quick and simple apple pie dessert that her family loved. (This photo shows her with her husband T.C. and my grandpa Ellsworth, in Sedona in about 1904.)

Sedona’s Apple Pie Dessert

1 egg, beaten
? cup brown sugar
1 tsp baking powder
1 cup white sugar
? cup flour
2 cups tart apples, diced
? cup chopped nuts

Mix all ingredients well. Put in a buttered pie pan and bake at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. Serve with cream or homemade vanilla ice cream.


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