Bring something new to the table today with Eleanor Gaccetta’s “Generations Of Good Food”

The cookbook has something new to offer for those who love to eat and love to cook, be it be a main dish, sides, desserts, appetizers, or snacks.

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Catch the book display of “Generations Of Good Food” at the Tucson Festival of Books.



Fancy something new that is delicious yet simple to prepare? Want to add an irresistible Italian flavor to the table? Make sure to pick up a copy of Eleanor Gaccetta’s cookbook “Generations Of Good Food” (ReadersMagnet; 2021).


The cookbook is the author’s second publishing effort; her first was the well-received caregiving memoir One Caregiver’s Journey, published in 2019. “Generations Of Good Food” is a compilation of nearly 200 recipes spanning six generations. In here readers – or rather, foodies – will find recipes for a variety of main dishes, cakes, breads, desserts, cookies, pies, and even candy.


Satisfy one’s palates and bring more fun and happiness to mealtimes with easy-to-follow recipes for caponata, crab bisque soup, panzanella salad, Italian potato salad, peachy marmalade, poticia, homemade pinapple upside down cake, rhubarb, baklava puffs, lemon ricotta cookies, rum balls, and many more delectable dishes.


Make mealtimes, refreshment breaks, and special occasions more enjoyable and memorable with recipes from Eleanor Gaccetta’s “Generations Of Good Food.” Available today on the RM Online Bookstore.


“Generations Of Good Food” will be publicly displayed at the exhibit that self-publishing and book marketing company ReadersMagnet will put up at the 2022 Tucson Festival of Books on March 12-13, 2022, at the University of Arizona Mall, Tucson, AZ.


Generations Of Good Food

Author | Eleanor Gaccetta

Published date | March 2021

Publisher | ReadersMagnet

Book retail price | $10


Author Bio

Eleanor (Ellie) is a Colorado native who grew up in a small farming community outside Denver. Her career spanned almost 40 years working for the State of Colorado, the City and County of Broomfield, and ultimately as a private contractor. While working full-time, she earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business from Regis University. She retired to provide full-time care to her mother after she broke her hip at age 93. Armed with faith, humor, and love, she navigated being a sole caregiver until her mother’s death at age 102 in 2017. “One Caregiver’s Journey,” a memoir of her caregiving experiences, was published in 2019. In 2021, she published “Generations Of Good Food,” which spans six generations of family recipes and honors her mother, who was a wonderful cook and masterful baker. Today she lives in a western suburb of Denver and enjoys an active lifestyle that includes baking, cooking, health and fitness routines, and spending time with family and friends.

Artists Bring West Coast Flair to the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center

 On Sunday August 8, 2021, the Clearwater Community Volunteers hosted an art showing in partnership with an LA-based group of artists active in their community. The art exhibit featured Clearwater artists through sketches, portraits, abstract art, books, and poems.

“I wanted to bring this successful artist group to Clearwater,” said Barbara Cordova. “I am very proud of being able to assist my friends in Clearwater with launching their very own group to spread arts and assistance through the Clearwater community.”

Upon entering the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center guests were able to tour a one-of-a kind art exhibit. Paintings, drawings, and sculptures of all colors and shapes adorned the walls of the Center. The exhibit was followed by a show with live music, poetry reading and a dance presentation.

“We wanted to share art and encourage others to create,” said Gertie Perry, Activities Director for the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center. “It was a beautiful event and enabled us to meet a number of artists right here in the Clearwater community.”

The CCV Center is an extension of the Clearwater Community Volunteers, serving nonprofits and volunteer-based organizations in the Greater Tampa Bay Area. Nonprofits can use its facilities or work with its staff to help facilitate their community outreach activities all at no cost to the organization.

Since its opening in March of 2018 the CCV center has worked with over 130 different charities and nonprofits, even helping aspiring charity founders to establish their own nonprofit. It has hosted over 3,500 meetings and events for those nonprofits with nearly 15,000 people entering its doors to create a ripple effect for good.

The CCV center also hosts community events where families can have fun in a safe environment. The newsletter contains a section detailing their upcoming events via Eventbrite.com.

To find out more information about the Clearwater Community Volunteers Center please visit www.clearwatercommunityvolunteers.org or contact the Center Manager at (727)-316-5309 or email ccvcenter@ccvfl.org.

About the Clearwater Community Volunteers:

The Clearwater Community Volunteers (CCV) have over 26 years of community service under their belt with over 150,000 families and children helped since their founding in 1992. Sponsored by the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, they stay true to their reputation of helping others with their center located on the corner of Fort Harrison Avenue and Drew Street in downtown Clearwater. Based on fundamentals developed by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard, the CCV Center works with area non-profits to help these groups better attain their goals.

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