Order your hard copy or e-book today!
Rockwood’s delicious food scene is celebrated in the beautiful new cookbook, “Food Stories: The Rockwood Community Cookbook.”
The recipes feature food traditions across the globe and right here at home. Many of the cookbook’s recipes were passed on from generation to generation but had never been written down before.
All proceeds benefit Birch Community Services in Rockwood, which provides food, clothing and household items to ease hunger and poverty.
How to get a cookbook
Drop off your $5 donation to Birch Community Services at Gresham City Hall, 1333 NW Eastman Parkway, between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm in the donation box at the front desk – and pick up your cookbook.
Cash or checks accepted; checks must be made out to Birch Community Services.
The City cannot make change.
No credit card payments.
When dropping off your donation, please fill out the donation form for Birch’s record.
Order a print version of the cookbook for $16.95.
Download the digital e-book version for $9.99.
The Rockwood Food Stories e-book is viewable on nearly any device and is great for sharing and sending.
About Rockwood Food Stories
“The Rockwood Community Cookbook” supports the Gresham Redevelopment Commission’s work to develop a market hall for the Rockwood Rising redevelopment site at 18535 SE Stark St., the former Fred Meyer site.
Plans for the market hall call for fresh produce and prepared foods to help meet a longstanding need for more healthy food options in the neighborhood, plus local entrepreneurship and job training opportunities.
For more information about tenant opportunities at the market hall, call 503-618-3208.