Kimberton Whole Foods Cookbook: A Family History with Recipes

We are pleased to announce the upcoming release of Kimberton Whole Foods Cookbook: A Family History with Recipes (Hickory Grove Publishing) by Kimberton Whole Foods founder Pat Brett and Courtney Diener-Stokes, along with input from Kimberton Whole Foods Creative Food Director, Colin Brett and photography by Seneca Shahara Brand. The book will be available at all Kimberton Whole Foods stores beginning on December 1, 2018 – just in time for holiday gift-giving! Order online here.

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. The cookbook shares the Bretts’ family history with over 60 recipes spanning the 32-year heritage of the store and community hub. It includes seasonal inspiration for your kitchen, as well as stories of local growers and makers, reflecting the Bretts’ passionate commitment to local agriculture. The book is printed and bound locally in Lancaster County, PA.

Get your copy signed by Pat Brett by attending one of our upcoming book signings this December!

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Cookbook Kimberton Whole Foods

“Kimberton Whole Foods is legendary as a pioneering and down-to-earth food store,” said Maria Rodale, organic food advocate, author and former CEO of Rodale, Inc. “This stunningly beautiful cookbook shows the warmth and love that comes from caring about food, farms and family.”


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