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Thursday, June 26, 2008

A Taste of St. Luke's

Church Members Produce New Cook Book
A Taste of St. Luke’s, a new cookbook compiled by the members of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, will be interesting to cooks and historians alike. The book commemorates the 170th birthday of Marianna’s second oldest church. St. Luke’s was organized March 7, 1838, seven years before Florida became a state. The cookbook includes art work by Maria Lincoln Johnson, photographs of eight of the twenty-seven notable St. Luke’s stained glass windows, interesting church history, and information about Episcopal rituals, customs, and sacraments.
The more than 300 recipes are favorites of St. Luke’s parishioners. There is a "Remembrance" section with recipes from the 1952 St. Luke’s cookbook and "from family members of people who have gone on to their heavenly home." The "This & That" section contains a recipe for elephant stew that you will not want to miss.
A Taste of St. Luke’s is available for $15 at the church office at 4362 Lafayette Street. The church email address is and the telephone number is (850)482-2431.

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