Thursday, August 20, 2009
Every three or four months we have a meeting to discuss the cookbook. We should probably have more meetings because it is so rewarding to talk what has been happening with the book and how many have sold. The cookbook has been a great product for the Historical League. It earns us funds that we, in turn, grant the Museum for education, exhibits, improvements and outreach services. But the book is a lovely ambassador to tell the story of Arizona's historic hospitality venues, it's Historymakers and the job the Arizona Historical Society does. And it has some great recipes. Thanks to the original cookbook committee and writers who had the foresight to write this book. They should be very proud of such a quality product. Pictured are co-author Gaye Ingram, Kay Holcombe, Pat Faur and Carolyn Mendoza.