We had a lovely chat with Patricia Brett, co-founder and co-owner of Kimberton Whole Foods, and local food writer Courtney Diener-Stokes about the passion for food and community they share in the new Kimberton Whole Foods Cookbook. Customers of Kimberton Whole Foods have been asking for recipes and Patrica’s family delivered!
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“The Kimberton Whole Foods Cookbook shares a family history with recipes spanning the 32-year heritage of the beloved natural foods store and community hub based in Kimberton, Pennsylvania. Pat and Terry Brett, owners of Kimberton Whole Foods, invite you into their home and family life, both of which lie at the heart of their community and business endeavors.
Featuring over 60 recipes by Pat and her son Colin, creative food director of Kimberton Whole Foods, the cookbook provides seasonal inspiration for your kitchen. You will find favorites from the store’s early days as well as the newest creations from their cafes. Interwoven throughout the recipes, you’ll discover the stories of local growers and makers, reflecting the Bretts’ passionate commitment to local agriculture. Kimberton Whole Foods is a privately-owned regional chain with locations in Kimberton, Downingtown, Douglassville, Ottsville, Malvern and Collegeville.” – Hickory Grove Press
Find the recipe for Pat’s Almond Rose Water Cake in my Reading Eagle, Berks Country column or subscribe to this blog and be sure not to miss a recipe.