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Community Health Professionals & Hospice publish a cookbook
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Tuesday, December 18, 2012 9:23 PM

PAULDING – Community Health Professionals & Hospice, which is a home health care and hospice organization, has published a cookbook made up of recipes submitted to CHP by members of the staff, volunteers, the auxiliary members, patients and their family members.

The cookbook consists of roughly of 200 recipes that include appetizers, soups and salads, main dishes, breakfast foods, breads and cookies and of course, desserts. It is very apparent that this book was a labor of love by these folks for the community to enjoy and perhaps make a family treasure.

Even with the social media sights available to us today, a recipe book is still a top-selling gift idea in book stores all across the nation. And there is nothing like taking out Grandma’s cookbooks that have been handed down through the generations, to look for the favorite family dish, especially at the holidays.

With Christmas looming in the not-so-far distance, this book is a great gift idea. As a matter of fact, with the New Year approaching, think of birthdays, anniversaries, Mother’s Day, etc. when you are looking for the perfect little gift.

These cookbooks are available for purchase at the CHP office at 250 Dooley Drive in Paulding and at the First Federal Bank at 905 N. Williams St. in Paulding, for a donation of $12. This donation helps to enhance CHP’s Patient Care Fund, which is a funding for people who may not be able to afford Skilled In-Home Health services.