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News 3 Midday Kitchen: P.I.E. Cookbook

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WRBL News 3 is a Partner in Education with Loyd Elementary School. Julie Pelletier from Loyd joined us in the kitchen, along with representatives from our other partners, TIC Federal Credit Union and 258 Infantry. A new cookbook features recipes from all of the partners. Sales from that cookbook will benefit the Loyd PTO. In the News 3 Midday kitchen, we tested a recipe for Upside Down German Chocolate Cake. Lt. Col. Jeff Crapo of the 258 Infantry helped with the assembly. He contributed recipes and said this was a chance to highlight Loyd Elementary and bring the partners together.

There are many recipe contributors in the cookbook. Loyd Media Specialist Julie Pelletier showed us how an index in the back of the cookbook categorizes the recipes by contributor. Another interesting feature of the cookbook are the recipes for fun with children. For example, Jessica Johnson with TIC Federal Credit Union pointed out that there's a recipe for homemade molding dough just like she made with her mother as a child.

The cookbooks are $10 each. They can be found at either Loyd Elementary School on Fort Benning or at the WRBL News 3 studio. The studio is located at 1350 13th Avenue in Columbus.

Tammy Terry

Tammy anchors News 3 This Morning and News 3 Midday. She also provides news updates for our radio partners throughout the area. More>>

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