Journal Sentinel reporter Nancy Stohs writes about “An Artist’s Food for the Soul”

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In an article entitled, “Cookbooks from around the area are worth a taste,” Journal Sentinel reporter Nancy Stohs writes about “An Artist’s Food for the Soul,” Edgewood Orchard’s Benefit Cookbook for Sale at Hardy Gallery.

She says, “The recipes themselves, contributed by the galleries’ artists, staff, family and friends, inspire double-takes. Consider Red Curry with a Touch of Sweet, Steamed Persimmon Pudding and Sauce, Pear Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette, Lemony Couscous with Scallions and Chickpeas.”


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