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“An excellent cookbook that is guaranteed to make even the novice cook everybody’s favorite neighbor.”
-Tucson Citizen

“A delightful compendium of recipes and ideas.”
-Dallas Morning News

“A lifesaver for busy people who are asked to contribute to a “meal train” for a neighbor, colleague or church or synagogue member and don’t want to take something store-bought.”
-Bend Bulletin

“There have been occasions when I could have and should have reached out to a neighbor and did not. I like that this book might inspire me and other people to do so more often.”
-Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

 

Opportunities to share food abound, whether it’s your annual block party, hosting duties for book club, or a desire to bring some comfort to an ailing or grieving friend. Yet so many of us stumble through these occasions because we don’t know what to cook or don’t think we have the time. (Do corn chips and bottled salsa ring a bell?)

The Good Neighbor Cookbook is here to guide you confidently into your kitchen. We created it around a simple premise: The gift of homemade food is a labor of love, but it need not be laborious.

The cookbook offers one-stop recipe shopping for any good neighbor — 125 hassle-free, easily transportable dishes perfectly matched to the occasion. You’ll find high-energy snacks for nursing moms, nutrient-packed soups for recuperating friends, elegant appetizers for book-club meetings, beautiful comfort food for families in mourning and substantial breakfast fare for morning get-togethers.

These aren’t your grandmother’s potluck recipes: You won’t find “can of cream of mushroom soup” among the ingredients here. There’s nothing too wild or fancy, either. These recipes are all about taste and fresh ingredients.

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Cover illustration by Erin Jang.

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