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Irene R. Burriss, a former Lancaster resident now residing at Garden City Beach, has published a cookbook to help organizations raise funds.
The cookbook is a 500-recipe collection with nine color photos and 182 pages.
The spiral-bound book titled Sharing Love Through Cooking is a collection of “tried-and-true” recipes that are both simple and satisfying.
The recipes were collected from friends throughout South Carolina, Missisippi, Kentucky, Montana and Alabama and include such recipes as Pan Rolls, Pan Seared Herb Crusted Salmon and Low country recipes for shrimp and oysters.
“This book is dedicated to the millions of women who have cooked and prepared dishes for their own families and potluck dinners for church socials, ministered to the sick and homebound through the gift of food and who have brought comfort at the death of loved ones, not out of a sense of duty, but from a heart of love,” said Burriss.
The cookbooks are $15 per book, shipping included, and are now being sold to benefit CUE Center for Missing Persons, a nonprofit nationwide organization of volunteers led by Monica Caison.
Since the group’s inception in 1994, CUE has processed more than 9,000 cases of missing persons.
CUE conducts searches and seeks answers dealing with various cases of runaways, suicides, disappearances and murders.
CUE volunteers unselfishly give their time and effort to benefit others in their time of distress and realize every missing person is somebody’s child.
Anyone interested in purchasing a cookbook is asked to call Burriss at (843) 651-5004, email her at email@example.com, mail check made payable to Cue Center for Missing Persons to 837 Mainsail Court, Garden City, SC 29576 or contact CUE Center for Missing Persons at www.ncmissingpersons.org.