FARMINGTON — The Old South First Congregational Church has published special edition cookbooks, through Morris Press Cookbooks, as part of its bicentennial celebration, 1814-2014.

The cookbooks contain generations of recipes and features a hard-cover with a colored photograph of the Church and Holman House in a three-ring binder design allowing the insertion of additional recipes. There are eight color coordinated category dividers with helpful hints.

In addition to the numerous categories, recipes are double indexed, by categories and by submitter. A brief history covering the 200 years of Old South with information from local historians, Megan Roberts and Paul Mills is included. Copies of the cookbook cost $15 and can be purchased from following area businesses: The Calico Patch and Sugarwood Gallery on Broadway, Tranten’s Market, Richards’ Florist and Medulla Hair and Nail Studio on Main Street, Up Front and Pleasant Gourmet and Barber and Hair Designs on Front Street, Mixed Up Cooking and Baking Supplies and Good Times Unlimited on the Farmington Falls Road, and Brickyard Café in West Farmington. C

Cookbooks can also be purchased at the Church Office at 227 Main St.


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