An Artist’s Food for the Soul, Edgewood Orchard Galleries‘ 40th Anniversary Benefit Cookbook, is now on sale at the Hardy Gallery in Ephraim.
The 224-page cookbook is filled with delicious recipes from artists, staff, and family, as well as full-color artwork on every page.
The full purchase price of $24.95 is donated back to the Hardy to support youth arts education through the Edgewood Orchard Cookbook Fund of the Door County Community Foundation. One of the many youth programs provided by the Hardy over the years include Exposure to Creativity (ETC), a program initiated in 2007 as a joint effort between the Hardy and Friends of Gibraltar (FOG). The ETC program pairs the high school students of Gibraltar with experienced local artists for specialized learning in a variety of creative fields.
Since its publishing in July 2009, An Artist’s Food for the Soul has raised over $40,000. The cookbook is available for purchase in the Hardy Gallery on Anderson Dock in Ephraim or by calling the Hardy Gallery office at 920.854.2210. The Gallery is open daily from 10 am – 5 pm.
For more information about the cookbook, visit www.edgewoodorchard.com.
The Hardy Gallery is a non-profit arts organization enriching the vibrancy of the Door County community by promoting and fostering local art. For more information about the Hardy, please call 920.854.2210 or visit www.thehardy.org.