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The Arcadia Mobile Market Seasonal Cookbook

by JuJu Harris

Photographs by Molly Peterson

"My hope is that this book—whether you are a WIC mom, a person battling a nutrition-related health condition, or an enthusiastic cook looking for fresh inspiration—will get you out to the farmers market and into your kitchen, all year long." - JuJu Harris 

This 100-page cookbook, written by Arcadia Culinary Educator and Mobile Market Outreach Coordinator JuJu Harris, features recipes that combine WIC staples with seasonal produce in easy, delicious recipes. Sales of the cookbook will support the distribution of the cookbook to our SNAP and WIC Mobile Market customers. 

The Arcadia Mobile Market Seasonal Cookbook costs $20.00. We are currently out of stock of the Cookbook, and expect to have more copies available after March 1st, 2015. To pre-order your copy, click here for our online purchase site (a Shipping and Handling fee of $5.60 is required for online orders). The Cookbook will also be available at Arcadia's Mobile Market. Please email info@arcadiafood.org to arrange for international and bulk shipping - additional shipping charges may apply.    

 

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