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Locals contribute to "The Cash and Carter Family Cookbook"

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Local photographer Tambi Lane and food writer, editor and stylist, Donna Britt, collaborated on the recipe testing, editing and photography for the newly released, "The Cash and Carter Family Cookbook" by John Carter Cash. The cookbook contains stories and recipes from the family's dinner table. Additionally, the book includes Cash table recipes and stories from John Carter's sisters, Rosanne and Tara, and a handful of celebrity friends including Loretta Lynn. Lane and Britt will be at Newport Market Sept. 28 sampling food from the cookbook. The book is available anywhere books are sold starting Sept. 25.

The Cash and Carter Family Cookbook food sampling
Fri., Sept. 28. 2-6pm
Newport Avenue Market 1121 NW Newport Ave., Bend
allthingsfoodbend.com

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