Guest Author - Deborah Adams
In the Shadow of Rattlesnake Mountain Cookbook
The Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science and Technology has announced the release of In the Shadow of Rattlesnake Mountain, a treasury of recipes, photos and memories from Lewis and Clark through the Great Depression and it is one that you will love!
This cookbook is a beautiful 10" x 7" book that contains 128 pages filled with new recipes, old recipes and a few unusual ones. You will also learn how the residents who live in the shadow of Rattlesnake Mountain preserve life as their ancestors preserved the rewards of the land they lived on there.
You will find among the pages photos of communities in years past before the Manhattan Project began and learn a little of the life they lived then. What a treasure of cooking and history rolled into one outstanding book!
Not only will you get an amazing cookbook but you will be helping to support the CREHST Museum in their efforts to preserve the history of the Mid-Columbia Basin and its enviroment: its pioneer past, the farming and agricultural developments, the geological significance of the area, and the contributions of its peoples to the Manhattan Project, the Cold War, and subsequent technology.
You won't want to miss adding this incredible cookbook to your collection! Get one of this limited-edition volume of only 2,200 copies and you will have something worth keeping. While you are there don't forget to look around the CREHST online Museum Gift Shop and see all the other things they have to offer!.
Stop into the Museum Gift Shop or call to order! In the Shadow of Rattlesnake Mountain is available at a cost of $15.00 (plus tax) per book. Cookbooks can be shipped anywhere in the United States for an additional $5.00 shipping and handling charge. CREHST Membership discount applies. To order your copies or to receive more information, please contact the CREHST Museum at (509) 943-9000 or call toll free at (877) 789-9935, or e-mail to Melanie@crehst.org, re: cookbook.
The Columbia River Exhibition of History, Science, and Technology (CREHST) is a museum and science center created to tell the dynamic story of the Columbia Basin and surrounding region. They also feature several exhibits, events and have a teacher's page online. Visit them at http://www.crehst.org/ for more information on all they do.