|Once-A-Month Cooking: A Proven System for Spending Less Time in the Kitchen & Enjoying Delicious, Homemade
By Mary-Beth Lagerborg & Mimi Wilson / St. Martin’s Griffin
Tired of wondering what’s for dinner every night? With Once-A-Month Cooking, a day for shopping and a day for cooking will produce meals for your family for an entire month. This comprehensive cookbook offers recipes and tips for time management and organization guaranteed to save you time, energy and money and take the guesswork out of meal planning.
|Taylor’s Weekend Gardening Guide to Kitchen Gardens
By Barash / Houghton-mifflin
Kitchen gardens, located near the culinary center of the house, are beautiful as well as functional. In addition to salad greens and other vegetables, they can provide herbs, edible flowers, and even cutting flowers to decorate the table. With a long history, epitomized in the popular reconstructed gardens at Monticello and Mount Vernon, there is a renewed interest in kitchen gardens today. In this practical book by gourmet horticulturist Cathy Wilkinson Brash, you’ll find all the information you’ll need to grow a beautiful kitchen garden in your back yard, or even on your terrace.
|Mama Says, Recipe Card Album
By Kathy Fincher / Lang Companies Llc
Inspire the chef in you with beautiful recipe album, designed in green and gold with sweet childhood artwork by Kathy Fincher and accented with floral sprigs. 3-ring binder features clear, plastic pockets to protect your recipe cards; a coordinating note pad; special tabbed dividers with kitchen tips; and additional pocket pages for storing menu and party ideas. Holds 144 3″ x 5″ or 4″ x 6″ recipe cards (sold separately); 10″ x 9″ x 3″.
|Rebekah’s Service and Sacrifice Pitcher
By Tumbleweed Pottery
A symbol of biblical servanthood, stoneware reproduction pitcher is a reminder of Rebekah in the book of Genesis, who gave water to Abraham’s servant when he came searching for a wife for Isaac. With graceful simplicity in warm earthtones, 10″ x 5″; unique gift; boxed with explanatory hang tag.
|Taste and See That the Lord Is Good Apron
By Manual Woodworkers & Weavers
Fashion apron of sturdy turquoise cotton is embellished with a stem glass sundae and Scripture quote Taste and see that the Lord is good. Psalm 34:8 in purple embroidery. Features adjustable neckstrap with D-rings, turquoise polka-dot grosgrain ribbon on circular hem and lavender net hem ruffle; two roomy center pockets; top-stitched trim on all edges. 29″ long, not including strap, 29″ across waist, not including fabric ties. Feminine and fun for the party hostess, gourmet cook, or the church kitchen staff!
|I Am the Bread of Life Apron
By Manual Woodworkers & Weavers
Fashion apron of sturdy yellow cotton is embellished with a bread loaf and Scripture quote I am the bread of life. John 6:48 in brown embroidery. Features adjustable neckstrap with D-rings, stylish striped grosgrain ribbon on circular hem and taupe net hem ruffle; two roomy center pockets; top-stitched trim on all edges. 29″ long, not including strap, 29″ across waist, not including fabric ties. Feminine and fun for the party hostess, gourmet cook, or thechurch kitchen staff!
|A Taste of Tuscany, Three Trivet Wall Hanging
By Abbey Press
Tuscany, noted for fine food and hospitality, is featured in colorful artwork on each of three tiles, ready to use and/or display in 30″ black wrought iron wall rack. Each 8″ square tile is framed in black wood and includes sentiment.
Enjoy… life’s wondrous pleasures… God’s bounty, God’s grace and God’s eternal love.
Behold… the wonders of creation spoken into existence by the breath of God.
Savor… the precious, quiet moments that fill the spirit with peace and serenity.
|Rooster Utensil Holder
By Cbd Gift Exclusive Product
Bursting with country charm, this CBD Exclusive keeps kitchen tools handy—now that’s something to crow about!
“Rejoice in the Lord always.” Phil. 4:4a. Crafted of handpainted resin. Measures 8″ tall. Utensils not included.