Lorraine Hiebert has compiled the Fallen Alders Cook Book on behalf of the Fallen Alders Community Club.
“This book features recipes from families who gave them to me for the book plus some from a previous cookbook put out by the ladies in l980,” Hiebert said.
“I started to gather the recipes in 2011 when the Fallen Alders celebrated its 60th birthday party. People brought them in to me and then I had an article in the paper requesting more.
“The results were good and you will see in the book that one even came from Prince Rupert, so all in all it has been a work in progress for one year,” Hiebert added.
“It states in the cookbook that the hall has recieved two BC. Gaming Grants, one through a volunteer grant and the other to repair the septic field. While writing the book I again put in for another grant and this past week we were most fortunate to get $15,000 to repair our baseball field and clean around the tennis court.”
There is a bean supper planned on April 15 at the Fallen Alders Hall and the cookbooks will be on sale at that time. “Thank you to all who took the time to write out their recipes and get them to me,” Hiebert said.