Monday, 21 December 2015

Pofta Buna Cookbook



Here's a little Christmas present for readers, especially in the USA. The Pofta Buna Cookbook is an authentic source of Romanian recipes written in English and published in the USA, which means all the measurements are in pounds and ounces!



The book was originally published in Ohio over fifty years ago by the young Romanian congregation of St. Mary's Orthodox church in Cleveland and contains many typical Romanian recipes, particularly from the Transylvanian region. Since then, its popularity has seen it go through fourteen reprints and a fifteenth is currently in progress.



If you're looking for an English-language book on Romanian cuisine, then please contact Marie Sandru at the following address to find out more:

Marie Sandru
St. Mary's Society
3097 West 230th Street,
North Olmsted,
Ohio,
44070

4 comments:

Ana-Lee Sandru said...

Thank You for promoting the Pofta Buna Cookbook for St. Mary's Society. If you would like to learn more please you can call Marie Sandru at 440-734-5469. She is more than happy to tell you more about the cookbook and let you know how much they are selling for. Still the cheapest price around buying from the source!!!

Ana-Lee Sandru said...

Thank You for promoting the Pofta Buna Cookbook for St. Mary's Society. If you would like to learn more please you can call Marie Sandru at 440-734-5469. She is more than happy to tell you more about the cookbook and let you know how much they are selling for. Still the cheapest price around buying from the source!!!

Ana-Lee Sandru said...

Thank You for promoting the Pofta Buna Cookbook for St. Mary's Society. If you would like to learn more you can call Marie Sandru at 440-734-5469. She is more than happy to tell you more about the cookbook and let you know how much they are selling for at this time. Still the cheapest price around buying from the source!!!

Anonymous said...

Over here in singapore unworthy foreigners can just come in unhindered, work for a few years with advantages over local and after that hop back to their home countries.
Take for example this bi*ch Rita Moa, who worked for Mediacorp in Audit for a few years and before that in other companies. After cry babying her way to please her bosses whenever there is work problems, she has left to NZ to gleefully enjoy the fruits that the trait** SG government has provided.
We must have the daftest govermennt in the world which protects foreigners jobs at the expense of locals! Phui!