“New” St. Matthias Cookbook! 60th Anniversary Edition

Calling all ‘Foodies’!! The 60th Anniversary Edition of the St. Matthias Cookbook is looking for your favorite recipes!

Have you been struggling on what to cook that’s a tasty and proven recipe? We have a solution for you! In honor of St. Matthias’ 60th Anniversary, the cookbook that was created by the Altar Rosary Society 25-30 years ago is going back to print! There are already 228 delicious recipes to choose from.

But wait! We need new, contemporary recipes also! If you have a favorite recipe to share, submit it on the Official Recipe Collection Website or submit hardcopies of your recipes to the Parish Office on the Official Recipe Collection Form available for download in PDF Format.  For your convenience, forms are also available in the Parish Office. Please submit your recipe by May 22nd so we can meet our deadline.

We anticipate a great demand for our cookbook, and we want to be certain to order enough. To reserve your copies, download the Advance Sales Coupons  from the website and hand in, with complete payment, to the Parish Office. You may also pay online via Parish Giving. To make an online payment, please click hereOrders must be in by June 1st.
The book will go to print in June and will be here sometime in July for $20 each.

If you have any questions, please email Pat Cullen at: fitpro436@gmail.com, and put “Cookbook” in the subject line! 

 

Instructions and Tips for entering/writing recipes

To Submit Recipes Online:
• Go to www.typensave.com and click ‘Login’
• Enter the User Name: pcullen
• Enter the password: pepper084
• Enter your name and click ‘Continue’
• Click ‘Add Recipes’ to begin adding your recipes

Recipe Writing Tips:
• When adding recipes, review the “Tips” and use standard abbreviations.
• Only enter 1 ingredient per ingredient line.
• List ingredients in order of use in the ingredients list and directions.
• Include container sizes, e.g. (16oz.) pkg., (24oz.) can, (1 lb.) box
• Write directions in paragraph form, not in steps
• Use names of ingredients in the directions, e.g., “Combine flour and sugar.” DO NOT use statements like, “Combine first three ingredients.”
• Include temperatures and cooking, chilling, baking, and/or freezing times