Cookin’ With The Radio!

Things Really Are Cookin’ With The Radio!

      Cookin' with the Radio!

The Cookin’ With The Radio Cookbook has developed beyond our expectations.   The layout is complete and Sarah Johnson is doing the final tweaks before we go to press.  We are also very excited about our many young artistic contributors that have provided illustrations throughout the book.  And what a fine fella that Joe Kellerman is for doing the wonderful cover art!  Monica Rude and Jeanie McLerie have done a fantastic job shepherding the project.  We have dozens of recipes!   Thanks, Cooks!

And in case you missed the last one – either couldn’t come or want to come to another –
we will reprise our…

Cookin’ With The RadiOpen House
Thursday / 20 November 2014 / 4-7 pm
519 B North Bullard Street
Beautiful Downtown Silver City

Several of the recipe contributors will be making their featured dishes and you will be able to get you very own copy of  Cookin’ With The Radio!  Just in time for the holidays and they make great gifts!

Better come early as only a few crumbs were left at the previous Cookin’ With The RadiOpen House!   Thanks to all that brought and are bringing dishes and be sure to get your copy of the Cookin’ With The Radio Cookbook! so you can recreate those yummies!

And many thanks to our sponsors!

  • SC Food Coop
  • Fiddling Friends
  • The Volunteer Center
  • Marie Duverge
  • Wentz Electric
  • Lynda Aiman-Smith
  • Single Socks
  • SC Farmers Market

And let us mention again, this will not be just another recipe book but will emphasize healthy foods that can be prepared using minimal energy to cook.  The recipes are

  • Health Promoting
  • Quick & Easy & Tasty for busy people who are on the GO and
  • Use Energy Saving cooking techniques
  • Encourage cooking From Scratch
  • Reduce packaging Waste
  • Encourage Composting of kitchen waste &
  • Use Home Grown / Local Food

At Gila / Mimbres Community Radio we believe tasty, nutritious food contributes to healthy & resilient people & community and an awareness of food quality encourages an awareness of food production and waste, and the energy used to grow, transport and prepare it.

Chapter and recipe categories include… using a crockpot, solar oven, toaster oven, soups, desserts, chile, greens, fermented, gluten-free, raw foods, snacks for kids of all ages.

Proceeds from cookbook sales will benefit GMCR/KURU operations as we continue to encourage community focused programming on a range of issues including food, education, health, animal care, environment and our civic and political processes.

Bon appétit!

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