Taste of Home New Church Supper Cookbook has 346 crowd pleasing favorites and last minute recipes whether you are cooking for a small gathering or crowds of 40 or more!
With the Taste of Home New Church Supper Cookbook you’ll never be at a loss when it comes to contributing a potluck dish. Discover more than 340 recipes (and 200+ recipe photos) for appetizers, brunch specialties, main dishes, casseroles, side dishes, salads and more. You’ll even find specialty chapters for feeding crowds of 40 or more, slow cooker sensations, and holiday fare, as well as specially marked recipes that can be prepared in about 20 minutes or less. Never worry about what to take to a covered-dish dinner again!
Each chapter opens with inspirational scripture or a friendly, nostalgic mealtime blessing.
Thank you for the food we eat, thank you for the friends we meet. Thank you for another day, to pass your love along the way. Amen.
For food that stays our hunger, for rest that brings us ease, for homes where memories linger, We give our thanks for these.
Slow Cooker Favorites
Count your blessings, name them one by one;
Count your blessings, see what God hath done.
Breakfast & Brunch
Now I awake and see the light; the Lord has kept me through the night. To You I lift my voice and pray that You will keep me though the day.
Sides & Salads
God our Father, Lord and Savior, thank you for your love and favor. Bless this food and drink we pray, and all who share with us today.
Hearty Main Dishes
Let us thank God for food when others are hungry; for drink when others are thirsty; for friends when others are lonely. Amen.
Soups & Sandwiches
To God who gives us daily bread, a thankful song we raise. We pray that God who gives us food, will fill our hearts with praise.
“How sweet your words taste to me; they are sweeter than honey.” Psalm 119:103
“For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1
Feeding a Crowd:
“Then he broke the loaves and gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds. And they all ate and were satisfied.” Matt. 14:19-20
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Catherine Cassidy, Taste of Home Editor-in-Chief. Catherine M. Cassidy is Editor-in-Chief of Taste of Home. She is responsible for driving editorial direction and product strategy across the brand’s media platforms. They include Taste of Home, the number one food and entertaining magazine in the world; TasteofHome.com; social media; special interest publications; and cookbooks.
Cassidy has toured the country as the face of Taste of Home for national and local TV, radio, and newspaper interviews in support of the best-selling Taste of Home products, including its cookbooks.
Prior to joining Taste of Home, Cassidy served as Editor-in-Chief of Prevention magazine, the nation’s largest health publication, at Rodale, Inc. Cassidy joined Rodale in 1986 as an associate editor in the book division, and was later named Executive Editor of Rodale’s Custom Publishing division. She started her career at Runner’s World and Fit magazines in Mountain View, California. Cassidy lives in Mequon, Wisconsin, with her husband and two daughters.
Publisher: Reader's Digest/Taste of Home (September 6, 2012)