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The New Kansas Cookbook: Rural Roots, Modern Table

This new cookbook, by Frank and Jayni Carey, is all about eating fresh and local.

The New Kansas Cookbook: Rural Roots, Modern Table is all about eating fresh and local.  From farm to table, Frank and Jayni Carey's cookbook covers a lot of culinary ground - from soup to nuts, if you will.  And it's not just chock full of recipes.  This book is replete with stories of people and places that make food possible.  To learn more about the book, KPR's J. Schafer spoke to the authors, husband and wife Frank and Jayni Carey.


Frank and Jayni Carey are the authors of The New Kansas Cookbook: Rural Roots, Modern Table.  They were speaking with KPR's J. Schafer. 

Want to win an autographed copy of this cookbook?  Here's your chance.  Just send an email to jschafer@ku.edu with the subject line: NEW KANSAS COOKBOOK.  Then, in 1,000 words or less, describe why we should pick you to be our winner.  Just kidding!  All we need is your name, address and phone number.  We will randomly select a winner on Friday from all the entries that follow our simple instructions.  Write: NEW KANSAS COOKBOOK in the subject line of your email to jschafer@ku.edu - and include your name, address and phone number.  Only residents of Kansas or Missouri are eligible to win.

(Longer version of radio interview)


 

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