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Favorite Island Recipes

Frenchboro Congregational Church Cookbook

Softcover, 140 pages, Cookbook

ISBN: 978-1-934031-08-7

Availability: Out of stock


About this Book:

The new Frenchboro Cookbook includes over 300 recipes, a dash of history and island life, and more than thirty-five photos of island scenes and people.

Recipes include basic island fare (lobster stew, lobster rolls, clam chowder), the not-so-basic (Spaghetti with Tomatoes and Mussel Sauce, Rose Hip Jam, Goose Grass Greens) and the fabulous (Whoopie Pies, Blueberry Crisp, Miracle Whip Cake).

If you can’t get to Frenchboro you can still eat like the natives do. Bon appetit!

Favorite Island Recipes

Staff Picks: Recipes

Staff Picks: Recipes

As the holiday season begins, we're always looking for new foods to bring, serve, and enjoy. Islandport Press offers a wide range of cookbooks, and our staff members have been testing recipes from them to bring you a new miniseries called Staff Picks: Recipes. Children's book editor Melissa Kim kicks off the fun with some easy-to-make cookies:

I chose a recipe from Favorite Island Recipes, a cookbook written by members and friends of the Frenchboro Congregational Church on Frenchboro Island. The recipes in this practical cookbook are told in a no-nonsense, no frills way, island style. Some call on ingredients from the coast, like goose grass, rose hips, lobsters, and mussels, but others have ingredients that can be found in any kitchen pantry. 

Follow the recipe on our blog post here.

Frenchboro Church

About this Author

The Outer Long Island Congregational Church was founded July 23, 1889. Its formation was spearheaded by Alexander P. MacDonald, who years later would found the Maine Sea Coast Missionary Society. The chapel, which is



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