2007-11-14 / Society

Bainbridge College to publish cookbook

To celebrate its 35th year of service to Southwest Georgia, Bainbridge College will produce a cookbook of specialties from alumni, current and former faculty and staff, and others who have connections with the college and its Early County site in Blakely.

The cookbook will offer more than recipes, however, according to library director Susan Ralph, who is spearheading the project. It will have photos and historical highlights with interesting stories. Dr. Ray Chambers, division chair of arts and sciences emeritus and professor of political science emeritus, is heading the history committee for the project.

The cookbook committee members are planning to have a taste-off so that the BC community can select its favorites for special recognition in the published cookbook. The committee includes culinary arts instructor Bridget Schwartz and members of the BC ambassadors, as well as others from the campus and community.

Recipes must be received, by mail or electronically, no later than 5 p.m. Nov. 30. The two-page recipe submission form is available on the web at www.bainbridge. edu or at the Early County News office at 529 College Street.

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