Ginny McCormack to sign cookbooks in Blowing Rock
The Appalachian Women’s Fund (AWF) and High Country Women’s
Fund (HCWF) are celebrating the joyous tradition of Sunday dinner.
“Sunday in the South” is Ginny McCormack’s newest cookbook, featuring a selection of menus, recipes, techniques and table suggestions to help readers create classic, memorable Sunday dinners.
Brimming with more than 350 full-color photographs, the cookbook, as event organizers say, is a feast for the eyes, as well as the palette.
McCormack is a cooking instructor, speaker, food columnist, author of “Sunday in the South,” host of GinnyMcCormackCooks.com and editor of the online food magazine, Food Lover. She teaches and writes about the art of Southern hospitality and new Southern cuisine. McCormack has appeared nationally as a cooking instructor on Family Net television.
The book signing takes place at Serves You Right! (1179 Main St.) in Blowing Rock on Thursday, Oct. 4, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Ten percent of proceeds from store and cookbook sales will go to AWF and HCWF.
High Country Women’s Fund works to create positive change for women and their families in Avery and Watauga counties. The group endeavors to inspire, educate and empower women toward self-sufficiency by connecting them with local resources and caring women in the community.
Appalachian Women’s Fund is a philanthropic catalyst for social change and economic justice with the goal of creating a community where all women and girls reach their full potential. AWF serves seven mountain counties in northwestern North Carolina.
These two philanthropic organizations work with area nonprofits to raise funds and support for programs addressing issues critical to local women and girls.