Dallas, TX, August 10, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Cookbook Resources introduces 1,001 of America's Favorite Recipes, a new cookbook that comes from stained recipe cards, popular regional traditions, product labels and old publications that spread these recipes from coast to coast. Now in one cookbook, these favorites are at your fingertips and ready to enjoy.
There are easy, everyday ingredients used in every recipe. Cookbook Resources provides those special recipes you may have lost or just forgot about. There are lots of fun historical notes and entertaining stories. You'll recognize well-known regional specialties as well as family-tested, family-requested favorite dishes.
Here's a small sampling of the recipes Americans love that are featured in 1,001 America's Favorite Recipes. Chicago-Style Hot Dogs, Classic Maine Lobster Rolls, Carolina Pulled Pork, Cheesy Enchiladas, Sloppy Joes, Southern Macaroni and Cheese, Philly Cheese Steak, Carrot Cake Cupcakes, Mississippi Mud Pie, Boston Cream Pie, Hummingbird Cake, Funnel Cakes and Red Cherry Cheesecake.
All the recipes are in keeping with Cookbook Resources' efforts to encourage families to eat at home to enjoy real quality time together.
Harvard University's "Archives of Family Medicine" in March 2000 reported that families who ate together each week or almost every night got more nutrients and vitamins than those who did not eat with their families. Children got more calcium, iron, fiber, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin E and ate less fat when they ate at home with their parents.
Cookbook Resources hopes that when you have meals at home, you can teach children about good nutrition and social skills while helping create a home that feels nurturing and secure. Eat at home and make your family stronger and our country stronger.
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