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Park City Cooks for Peace House

Submitted by Graff Public Relations Ginny Schulman, a longtime supporter of Peace House, is creating a cookbook of locals' favorite recipes to benefit Peace House in their mission to break the cycle of domestic violence. The cookbook, "Park City Cooks,"

In addition to people food, the authors are looking for dog treat recipes (this is Park City after all), exotic drink recipes (both alcoholic and non), and also lotions and body products. Include fun anecdotes like: "My husband hates Brussels sprouts, but he loves them when I fix them this way," or "This pie reminds me of summers spent on my grandparents’ Iowa farm."

Chefs, caterers and restaurants may submit a one-paragraph biography to include with their recipes. Each recipe will be identified by the person submitting it and should be sent to no later than May 25 in a Word file or a file that can be cut and pasted.

The cookbook will cost $20 and will be presented July 1 at the Luxury Home Tour Auction held at LaCaille Restaurant. It will also be available at the Luxury Home Tour August 14; the Peace House Booth at the Silly Market in June and July; the Park City Board of Realtors; the Peace House office and various local retailers.

Books can also be pre-ordered; forms will be available by email or FAX. All charges and checks should be made out to Park City Board of Realtors Philanthropic Foundation, and all net proceeds after paying printing costs will be donated to Peace House.

In these difficult economic times, there has been a significant increase in domestic violence, which results in the Peace House receiving more requests for help. The goal of the cookbook and other community projects are to make people aware of the problem of domestic violence and the needs of Peace House for your support.

For more information on Peace House, contact Christa Graff at , call Peace House directly at 658-4739 or go to .

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