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For almost a century, the National FFA Organization has helped young students learn about agriculture and life sciences. From the earliest members of young men who planned to be farmers to today’s boys and girls in all fifty-two states and territories, hundreds of thousands of Americans have learned about farming, science, technology—the basics of life—through the FFA. This cookbook brings together over 200 recipes from current members and alumni of FFA—recipes that hold true to the organization’s healthy living credo while serving up great tastes from America’s heartland. Illustrated throughout with photos from the organization’s past and present, the book is a rich source of recipes for hearty home-cooking and a delightful look at the spirit of America’s past and future.
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About the Author
Erin J. (Heinen) Petersilie is a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher at the high school in Deerfield, Kansas. She is an FFA alumni member from Downs, Kansas, and was the state FFA reporter for 2002–2003. She was also a state FCCLA officer for 2001–2002. Erin and her husband Jared, who is an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor, live with their son Ethan in Deerfield, Kansas.
Table of Contents
Soups and Sandwiches
Meats, Main Dishes and Casseroles
Vegetables and Side Dishes
Cookies and Bars
Cakes, Desserts and Pies