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Food for Friends cookbook

A collection of cherished recipes published by The Friends of Fulford Place

This unique, handwritten cookbook includes favourite recipes from members of The Friends of Fulford Place Association. From Pear Zucchini Bread and Bacon and Egg Muffins to Salmon and Leek Pie and Sticky Chicken, each recipe has been tested and will enhance your table. The cookbook also features recipes from Sarah Read – a saucier at Fulford Place in the 1960s – and an intriguing account of Fulford Place chef John Rayburn’s prepared feast in 1927 for Edward VIII (as Prince of Wales). Makes the perfect holiday gift!

Price: $10 plus HST, shipping and handling

The Friends of Fulford Place Association, an incorporated volunteer body, assists the Ontario Heritage Trust in the operation and public interpretation of this National Historic Site. The Friends lead tours of the house and grounds, conduct research, create interpretive displays and raise funds for restoration and interpretive projects. The Trust's work at Fulford Place provides an example of how partnerships between public heritage organizations and local groups can work to conserve and promote a community's heritage.

Fulford Place is owned and operated by the Ontario Heritage Trust, a not-for-profit agency of the Government of Ontario, dedicated to identifying, preserving, protecting and promoting Ontario’s heritage.

For more information about Fulford Place, The Friends of Fulford Place Association or to purchase a copy of this cookbook, contact:

Pamela Brooks
Coordinator, Eastern Ontario Museum Sites
Ontario Heritage Trust
Fulford Place
287 King Street East
Brockville, Ontario
Telephone: 613-498-3003
Fax: 613-498-1050

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