Celia and Judy are sisters who were born 18 months apart in a one-room hospital in the hills of Tennessee. Best friends since infancy, they grew up sharing the same room and the same clothes. After completing high school, they enrolled in the same university located out west in the Rocky Mountains. This is where they met and married their sweethearts, raised their children and in the process, developed their cooking skills.
After almost 100 years combined cooking experience, plus several requests from family and friends, Celia and Judy compiled a cookbook. To accommodate the newlyweds in both families, the project became
the “I Do” Cookbook for the Bride and Groom
. The authors feel that the traditions of home-cooking and family meals should not be lost in a busy world, as these gatherings foster love and understanding and a warm sense of belonging to that place called Home.
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"Gibson Heritage is committed to preserving the time honored tradition of nourishing the family through healthy home cooked meals shared around the table"