Vanessa Pike-Russell


Generations of family secrets have been revealed in a new Shellharbour City Council cookbook featuring over one hundred of the area's favourite recipes.

The new book, What's Cookin' Shellharbour?,  features a diverse range of tried and true family favourite recipes allowing interested community members to learn a whole new series of easy to cook and wholesome dishes.

Residents were asked to provide Council with the recipe to their favourite family recipes with the end result seeing an innovative mix of entrees, mains and deserts.

"We have received an amazing amount of input from the general community in creating this cook book with local residents only too happy to provide recipes to their favourite family celebration dishes," said Shellharbour City Council Good Neighbour Coordinator, Craig Swaney.

"Each of the recipes featured in the book holds a special meaning to the person who provided it with many of the dishes having been handed down through the generations.

"All of the ingredients used in the dishes are purposely easily accessible, with the end result being an easy to cook, wholesome, family meal.

"The first cook book Council released in 2004 had the desired effect of bringing the community together and creating stronger neighbourhoods and we are looking forward to achieving the same positive outcomes through the release of What's Cookin' Shellharbour?"

A free copy of What's Cooking Shellharbour? is available at Council's Administration Building Ground Floor or by 
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