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A wonderful Cookbook that has been in print for years is offered by the Slovak Catholic Sokol in Passaic, NJ

The cookbook has many different types of recipes (i.e. meat, soup, fish, deserts) and also has lenten receipes that are quite easy to prepare along with recipes for Easter and Christmas.

The book is 304 pages and is $14.50 per copy (price includes postage and handling).

I have used this cookbook for years and so have many friends, we all find it a very useful resource of "down to earth" cooking.

http://www.slovakcatholicsokol.org/pdfs/sokolcookbook.pdf

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Thank you so very much for this information--just ordered my copy!

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Thank you so very, very much Simplicity!!!! You will not be disappointed! The Slovak Catholic Sokol is a wonderful organization and their cookbook has been a very popular publiation for many years!

Please feel free to check out their website too!

http://www.slovakcatholicsokol.org/

Thank you again for your kind support!


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You are most welcome, JEK..I received my book yesterday and it is wonderful! Now what to try first???????? Nut rolls for Easter for sure! Thank you so very, very much and wishing you all the best.
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Thank you for your very kind comments Simplicity, they are truly appreciated and you are very welcome. It really is an outstanding cookbook many are not aware of. Enjoy the nut roll receipe!


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