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‘Sea Glass Specialties’ commemorates Cape May history

 

By On Deck Staff

Much more than a cookbook, “Sea Glass Specialties,” produced by the First Presbyterian Church of Cape May in commemoration of Cape May’s 400th anniversary, includes 23 color photographs, an overview of Cape May’s 400 years, highlights of local attractions, and a history of area church buildings.
The book also includes 322 recipes for soups, stews, breads, and salads.
The photos—contributed by Dottie Rogers, Ronald Wismer, and Misty Bratton—are notable scenes of Cape May in spring, summer, fall, winter, and Christmas time.
They focus on the buildings, traditions, and natural beauty of the area.
The recipes were collected from church members and friends, as well as from local restaurants and several acclaimed restaurants in different parts of the country.
The book will be available in area shops this summer and at the First Presbyterian Church holiday bazaar this November.
For more information and availability, contact Editor Carol Giampalmi at 609-884-6224.

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