A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona published by the Historical League, Inc. Volume II 2018
Volume I 2007 Regional winner of the Tabasco Community Cookbook award
Organized in 1979, the Historical League, Inc., a 501(c)(3), is a fundraising arm of the AZ Heritage Center (formerly Arizona Historical Society Museum),
a Smithsonian affiliate, at Papago Park, Tempe, Arizona.
Jeannine Moyle bought her copy of Tastes and Treasures II cookbook at the AZ Statehood Celebration at the AZ Heritage Center on Feb 13 and immediately started to go through it. Sitting next to Margaret Baker in the auditorium, she asked Margaret to sign the Gass Bros. page in her cookbook! This page is about Margaret's grandfather's restaurant in downtown Phoenix. Margaret was so surprised and honored. Jeannine commented that she thought the Gass Bros. page was one of the best of the tribute pages because it was such a part of early 1900 Arizona history.
Read the fascinating yourself in this new book. $30 at www.HistoricalLeague.org/SHOP.aspx
Delightful patio and delicious food on a lovely late January day, that's what happens at Lon's at Hermosa Inn. We enjoyed the gardens and big trees; visited with Stan and Nancy Evans who also thought it was a great day for Lon's. Recognize the front door to Hermosa Inn? It's the front cover of Tastes & Treasures II; A Stortytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona. Written by all volunteers and at O'Neil Printing now, the book is the latest publication from the Historical League.