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Recipes From Strawberry Hill Cookbook (1985)

St John the Baptist PTO Commissioned this Cookbook in 1985 to celebrate their 80th year. This 170 Page vintage cookbook was the staple of every home on the hill. From forgotten recipes like Traditional Povitica, to Sarma (Cabbage Rolls), this book contains over 400 recipes. It's spiral bound and will be one of your favorite cookbooks. Sections Include: Appetizers & Pickles, Sounds & Salads, Main Dishes, Bread Rolls, Pastries, Cakes Cookies, & Desserts, Candy, Jelly & Finally Beverages
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St John the Baptist PTO Commissioned this Cookbook in 1985 to celebrate their 80th year. This 170 Page vintage cookbook was the staple of every home on the hill. From forgotten recipes like Traditional Povitica, to Sarma (Cabbage Rolls), this book contains over 400 recipes. It's spiral bound and will be one of your favorite cookbooks. Sections Include: Appetizers & Pickles, Sounds & Salads, Main Dishes, Bread Rolls, Pastries, Cakes Cookies, & Desserts, Candy, Jelly & Finally Beverages

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Just received the book, glanced thru the pages, and excited to try some of the recipes. They look wonderful!

    Posted by Lucy Wallace on Mar 4th 2022

    Just received the book, glanced thru the pages, and excited to try some of the recipes. They look wonderful!

  • 5
    RECIPES FROM STRAWBERRY HILL COOKBOOK (1985)

    Posted by pmcNJ on Dec 3rd 2021

    I saw this recipe book and I have been thoroughly enjoying the recipes. I have a green reciple book from my grandmother, who was Polish, from her church in Western NY. This recipe book complements it. I particularly enjoyed looking at the recipes by the kindergardners on pages 161-163. Put a big smile on my face.

  • 5
    Need 3 more for gifts

    Posted by Phyllis Q Bruketa on Sep 28th 2021

    How can I order more?