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Hallelujah, a church cookbook from Torrance

Torrance The First United Methodist Church of Torrance, formed in 1921, has collected some of the best recipes from church members and clergy from over the years into a cookbook called “Hallelujah, Let’s Eat” to raise money for the church’s planned expansion.

Given Torrance’s history as a melting pot of the South Bay, the book includes 400 recipes covering a wide variety of cuisines -- Filipino, Guamanian, Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, British, Swedish, Italian, French, Mediterranean, Irish, Mexican and “even Vegan,” according to a press release.

“Hallelujah, Let’s Eat,” costs $15 plus $3 shipping and is available from the church website.

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Photo: First United Methodist Church of Torrance

 
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Collectors of church cookbooks, love to cook and bake and eat, try new and interesting international recipes or recipes handed down by family generations, this cookbook is off beat, unique, very diverse, and would delight any taste. What a great way to use it for raising funds for the church!
You can either go to the church website and purchase online or you can
mail a check or money order to the church address payable to:
First United Methodist Church of Torrance
c/o Cookbook Fundraiser
1551 El Prado Ave.
Torrance, CA 90501


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