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THRU THE GRAPEVINE: Finger Lakes Region | Junior League of Greater Elmira-Corning 1993 ©1983

THRU THE GRAPEVINE: Finger Lakes Region | Junior League of Greater Elmira-Corning 1993 ©1983

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THRU THE GRAPEVINE: Finger Lakes Region Cookbook is a popular regional cookbook that includes recipes from members of the Junior League of Greater Elmira - Corning, New York. It has been named a Southern Living Hall of Fame winner.

There are twelve chapters including a wine chapter that describes the history and  wine varietals of New York State's Finger Lakes region and a map that shows forty-seven of the region's wineries. The section follows with food menus paired with suggested wines. Beautiful illustrations of the region's landmarks are throughout the book.

The 354-page comb-bound cookbook contains 635 recipes.  It is in near mint condition.  The Southern Living Hall of Fame sticker is on the front. The cookbook's copyright is 1983--this is a copy is the sixth printing in 1993.

A must-have addition to your culinary library, this cookbook is an example of a community cookbook. Frequently published by a group of women as a fundraiser, these treasured cookbooks allow us to gain a unique insight into American culture, social norms, and the collective history during an era. Through the recipes, kitchen equipment used, household hints and headnotes, the reader is provided a valuable snapshot of historical details that might not be documented elsewhere. As a result, these cookbooks have become unofficial records of the past, often valued by collectors and culinary scholars more for their historical relevance, than the recipes inside.

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