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KC cookbook benefits youth




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Stumped for what to cook for dinner or a treat to make for an upcoming bake sale? Try an award-winning recipe from the Karnes County Youth Show 25th Anniversary Cookbook.

The hefty three-ring binder includes a wide selection of recipes from the youth show’s food division rosette winners from 1986 to 2012, representing the FFA, 4-H, and FCCLA. More than 900 recipes and 25 years of youth show history can be found between the covers of the cookbook.

Proceeds from the sales of the recipe book will go toward improvements to the Karnes County Show Barn, to benefit the Homemaking Division, likely to the homemaking exhibit hall.

Enjoy recipes such as “Williamsburg Orange Cake,” which received a red rosette for Mark McDonald of the Panna Maria 4-H Club in 1998; or “Mildred’s Toffee,” a blue rosette winner for Kim Rios of the Runge FFA in 2011; or one of the many mouthwatering cakes, candies, pies, and breads which have impressed judges through more than two decades.

Copies are $30, and are available for purchase from:

•Barth’s Restaurant in Kenedy

•Polak’s Sawsage Farm Restaurant in Karnes City

•Alexander Auto Center in Kenedy

•Connie Smart, CPA, in Runge.

Copies may be ordered from the Karnes County AgriLife Extension Office, 210 W. Calvert St., Suite 160, Karnes City, TX 78118.

For more information, contact Amy Dzuik at the Wilson County News, 830-216-4519.
 

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