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Page A-10 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 Deborah Wallace of the Fresh Start Market & Dell on Pickering Road holds a vintage cookbook detailing New Orleans Creole cooking Friday. This cookbook and hundreds of others will be on sale Saturday at the dell to benefit the Pioneer Food Bank. Journal photo by Natalie Johnson We invite you to be the powerthat makes great things happen by IMng united and investing in what matters today;, bringing neighbors and resources together to " advance the common good right here in Mason County. 221 W. Railroad Ave. Suite-12, Shelton, WA 98584 36O-426-4999 unitedv, aymasonco.org VolunteerMason.org Uke us on Facebook. LIVE UNITED .... Fundraiser to rake place Saturday .~ ,neYand Ofsass,the andbandfreeRh~cider - and cookies. " Wallace said she has By NATALIE JOHNSON and went, 'Oh my gosh." collected a variety of natalie@masoncoun~com Between her dona- cookbooks for the sale. tions and contributions Some cookbooks focus Deborah Wallace has from other cookbook en- on the basics of crockpot a staggering collection of thusiasts, Wallace said cookery and others focus cookbooks, she has collected hun-on bread-making. Wal- Despite her love for dreds of cookbooks to sell lace has even collected the how-to guides, she to benefit the community some vintage cookbooks has decided to part food bank. from the 1940s and with some of them for The fundraiser event 1950s, including one on a fundraiser Saturday will start at noon Satur- New Orleans Creole reci- for the Pioneer Food day at Fresh Start, lo- pes. Bank. cated at 2811 E. Spencer "How fun would it be "I'm a cookbook collec- Lake Road and will last this winter to grab a Chi- tor," said Wallace, owner until the dell closes that nese cookbook or a tapas of the Fresh Start Mar- night, cookbook ... and try a ket & Dell off Pickering The event will includenew recipe?" she said. Road. "I took a look at live music organized by Cookbooks can help my cookbook collection Mick and Laura McCart-people cook healthful The Peninsula Credit Union Signature Rewards Card For people who want to get the most out of their credit card. Earn points for every dollar you spend and redeem them for gift cards, travel, merchandise plus: NO ANNUAL FEE. For a limited time, new accounts and balance transfers start off with a 5,000 point bonus! "Introductory Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is 2.49% for 9 months from date of approval. After that, APR will be 6.75%-1820% based on creditworthiness. This APR will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate. See Account Agreement for complete information. C R E D I T :U N I O N Find out more at a branch, by phone (800) 426-1601 or online at www.pcfcu.org ~ ~ ~../I'Y:~ "I actually stud cooking in the 1980s,? she said. "My momJ ad a heart attack and she came out of her four-way bypass ... with strict di- etary guidelines." Wallace started learn- ing about whole-foods cooking, or cooking from scratch with healthful ingredients. She was a vegetarian chef for seven years. "I really hunt the ga- rage sales, the thrift stores (for cookbooks)," she said. "I like to just sit down and read a cook- book. The more you read them, the more familiar you become with their style." The Fresh Start Mar- ket & Dell is also a collec- tion point for food for the Pioneer Food Bank. Upcoming Pioneer Food Bank distribution days are scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 16 and Jan. 27 at Pioneer Mid- dle School.