With 275 quick and easy recipes, including make-ahead dishes, this cookbook helps simplify weekend and vacation meals.Less Time Cooking. More Time Enjoying!
Whether it’s a cabin in the woods, a cottage beside a lake, a popular resort, or a relaxing weekend at home, you want an escape from your busy life. Slow down and relax. Take in the beautiful surroundings. Simplify mealtime, and create more opportunity to enjoy life. North Country Cabin Cooking is a carefully crafted selection of recipes that are simple and delicious!
Inside You’ll Find:
- 275 savory, convenient recipes
- Make-ahead meals that minimize cooking time
- Enticing appetizers, salads, soups, and sandwiches
- Scrumptious main dishes, snacks, and desserts.
Make life a little easier with these weekend and vacation meals!
Margie Knoblauch was a Minnesota native who lived in the Minnetonka-Hopkins area of the Twin Cities. A wife and the mother of six children, she spent her summers at the family’s log cabin, “Knobby Pines,” near Park Rapids, Minnesota. Margie was a University of Minnesota home economics graduate with a degree in institutional management.
She worked as a home economist for Northern States Power Company and as a representative of Admiral Corporation. She was a member of Home Economics in Homemaking, a group of home economics graduates, and was involved in the marketing of a cookbook for that group.
Margie and her family were involved in several food-and-beverage establishments in Minnesota, including the Hopkins House and Breezy Point Resort. Mary Brubacher, a resident of Hopkins, Minnesota, has had a long-time interest in collecting recipes and cookbooks and preparing special foods.
She has also helped produce a cookbook for a women’s group in Hopkins. A wife and the mother of three daughters, Mary has been a “cabin person” at Little Hubert Lake, near Nisswa, Minnesota. She is a graduate of Hamline University, with a bachelor’s degree in nursing, and was a school nurse in the Hopkins School District.