Junior League of Lafayette

Junior League of Lafayette Cookbooks

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The Junior League of Lafayette's award-winning cookbooks are sure to delight anyone on your gift giving list. Each of our four titles are filled with scrumptious recipes from South Louisiana. Place your order online or by calling the Junior League of Lafayette at 337-988-2739 or toll free at 1-800-757-3651. Corporate sales are available.

Junior League of Lafayette cookbooks provide financial support for our mission to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

 

Something To Talk About featured in the Southern Living 2007 Annual Recipes Cookbook

The Junior League of Lafayette's fourth cookbook, Something to Talk About: Occasions We Celebrate in South Louisiana, is featured on page 106 of the 2007 Southern Living Cookbook published by Oxmoor House External Link.

 

 

Junior League of Lafayette, Louisiana Named 2007 FRP Cookbook Award  Winner

Millions of copies of Junior League cookbooks have been sold generating millions of dollars for communities all across America. As a committed partner in the community cookbook publishing industry FRP salutes Junior League cookbook programs and honors the Junior League that conducts the most successful cookbook program with an annual award. The winning League receives a $5,000 cash award to help continue funding for cookbook marketing programs and production. Visit Favorite Recipes Press (FRP) External Link

 

Something to Talk About

The Junior League of Lafayette, Louisiana's Something to Talk About - Occasions We Celebrate in South Louisiana draws upon South Louisiana's well-deserved reputation for flavorful cuisine and legendary celebrations. The League's fourth cookbook  published in 2005, Something to Talk About is part of the fundraising efforts coordinated by the Junior League of Lafayette to provide financial support for its mission to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Through its extensive fundraising efforts, which include their four cookbooks, the Junior League of Lafayette makes a significant financial contribution to other agencies working in these areas and has raised more than $2 million to fund and support its Mission.