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Book Signing for Angie McGaha at Adair County Library

By Lee Ann Jessee

Cooking for a household of children during the Great Depression required a bit more creativity. For Exuria Goodin, it was the impetus behind hundreds of simple recipes that earned her a reputation as one of the best cooks in Adair County. Yet most of her creation existed only in her head, unwritten until now.

The "Exuria Goodin Recipe Collection" gathers more than 350 recipes from among four generations of Exuria's family. Preserved here are delectable recipes ranging from country to Italian to everything in between.

Angie McGaha, one of the collectors for "Exuria Goodin Recipe Collection" will be at the Adair County Public Library, 307 Greensburg ST, Columbia, KY, Saturday, March 27, 2010, from 10amCT until 12 noon CT for a book signing. If you are interested in family recipes that have been lovingly handed down from generation to generation, then join us. For more information please call (270) 384-2472. Lee Ann Jessee

This story was posted on 2010-03-16 12:31:20
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