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June 2, 2005

In 1914, William Dierberg purchased the St. Louis grocery store where he worked. The company grew steadily with its base of customers who appreciated Dierbergs commitment to excellent quality and friendly, knowledgeable staff. In 1978, the company opened the first in-store cooking school in an American supermarket. Now, the company’s philosophy of making food sharing an enjoyable task that can bring friends and family together is shared among the twenty-one stores in the St. Louis area. Home cooks can try favorite recipes from three decades of Dierbergs’ food professionals in the new book, Best of Dierbergs: Treasured Recipes to Share with Family & Friends

Jack and Mary Billings, food columnists for the St. Louis Post Dispatch have written that the book is: “A beauty, lavishly illustrated with full-color photographs, featuring stylish plates of good things to eat. The book is especially user-friendly, with marginal notes that explain and simplify, making it well suited for both the novice and the experienced home chef.” This book is a definite must-have, with a collection of recipes created and thoroughly tested by Dierbergs’ home economists and family-tested by its customers. Readers will find recipes from appetizers to desserts, simple to elegant, adult-loved to kid-approved. The Best of Dierbergs is also filled with a wealth of suggestions to make cooking fast an fabulous and nutritional analysis for each recipe, including calories, fat grams, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, and fiber.

The Best of Dierbergs was designed and manufactured by FRP in Nashville, Tennessee. Since 1961, FRP has produced more than 800 titles for individuals, companies, and nonprofit organizations from coast to coast. Full support and consultation are available in the creation, production, marketing, and distribution of a cookbook. FRP is a division of Southwestern/Great American, Inc.

THE BEST OF DIERBERGS: Treasured Recipes to Share with Family & Friends
ISBN: 0-9749955-0-9
9 x 9.5
224 pp.
149 recipes

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