Cookbook

One of the many ways that Junior Leagues raise money for their community is through cookbook sales.
The Junior League of Eugene has published three cookbooks:
Cooking from the Coast To The Cascades, Savor The Flavor, and A Taste of Oregon.

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Cooking From the Coast to the Cascades

The League’s most recently published cookbook offers an abundance of fresh recipes from picturesque Oregon. It includes 200 selections for elegant dining, outdoor entertaining, and quick weeknight meals. You will also enjoy scenic photographs and references to Oregon’s award-winning wines.

How to Purchase

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  • Fundraising Committee

    E-mail the Fundraising and Event Planning Committee to purchase directly from a Junior League member, or ask us for the date of our next cookbook sales event. Email us!

Savor The Flavor of Oregon

This book’s recipes are as delicious as Oregon is beautiful. It covers appetizers, beverages, soups and salads, eggs, cheese, brunch, vegetables, pasta, rice, and side dishes. Fish and seafood, meats, poultry, breads and desserts with a special emphasis on foods of the Pacific Northwest. Beautifully designed as a hardback with spiral-binding and elegant food photography throughout, “Savor The Flavor of Oregon” is loaded with a new series of more than 500 triple-tested recipes. Published in 1991, there are fewer of these books left in circulation, however some can still be found on Amazon and larger bookstores.

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Savor the Flavor of Oregon Cookbook
A Taste of Oregon Cookbook

A Taste of Oregon

This timeless treasure has sprinkled throughout its pages charming and informative notes on the history of Oregon. Through these, one can truly experience A Taste of Oregon. A Winner of the Southern Living Hall of Fame Award. Inducted into the McIlhenny Hall of Fame, an award given for book sales that exceed 100,000 copies.

Published in 1980, this book is unfortunately no longer in print, but you can find it in some second-hand stores or online bookstores.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Nice cookbook.

Very nice cookbook with local ingredients for a Northwest taste.
The recipes are from ‘real people’ so they are not too difficult to make.

– Library Lady on February 27, 2010, Savor the Flavor of Oregon

5.0 out of 5 stars
A Beautiful Junior League Cookbook of Eugene, Oregon!!!!

This is really a beautiful cookbook with lots of colorful pictures of the Gorgeous scenery there! Some of the wonderful recipes you will find in this book are as follows: Fresh Cranberry Bread, Fresh Strawberry Bread, Pumpkin Muffins, Blueberry Stuffed French Toast, Oregon Griddle Cakes, Apple Berry Breakfast Crisp, Cheese and Egg Casserole, Crab Souffle, Spinach Souffle, Frozen Blended Coffee and Cream, Northwest Espresso To Go, Fruit Smoothie, Leek Soup, Cranberry Pear and Walnut Mesclun Salad, Asian Chicken Salad, Crunchy Chinese Chicken Salad, Italian Style Pasta Salad, Chicken Salad Tea Sandwiches, Smoked Turkey Focaccia Sandwiches with Fresh Herbs, Dungeness Hot Crab Sandwiches, Hungarian Poppy Seed Cookies, Rocky Road Fudge Bars, Cream of Broccoli Soup, Cabbage Patch Soup, Corn Chowder, Papaya with Shrimp and Pomegranate, Quick and Easy Focaccia, Tamale Casserole, Baked Ziti, Tex-Mex Pie, Sauteed Scallops with Lime, Broccoli Bake, Baked Chicken Dijon, Scalloped Potato Casserole, Oregon Berry Cobbler, Gingersnap Pears, Peanut Butter Pie, Fresh Fruit Tart, Margarita Shrimp, Seaside Clam Chowder, Simple Seafood Soup, Orange Rolls, Pacific Coast Halibut with Yogurt Topping, Red Snapper with Herb Crust, Ginger Salmon with Kiwi Salsa, Champagne Risotto with Scallops, Crispy Twice Baked Potatoes, Angel Hair Pasta with Crab and Filberts, Fresh Fruit Pie, Lemon Melt Aways, Sleeping Lady Brownies, Hungarian Mushroom Soup, Wild Mushroom Soup, Winter White Chili, Mountain Berry French Toast, Simple Outdoor Omelet with Bacon, Breakfast Tortillas, Chicken Fajitas, Apple Blackberry Pie, Wild Blackberry Pudding Cake, Black Bean Quesadilla, Cream of Asparagus Soup, Tortilla Soup, Angel Hair Pasta with Roma Tomatoes and Feta,Red Chile and Cheese Enchiladas, Summer Squash Casserole, Hazelnut Ice Cream, Rich Gingerroot Cake, Blackberry Bars, Chocolate Zucchini Bread, Crustless Quiche, Grilled Gingered Pork Chops and Vegetables, Wild Rice Cakes, Cinnamon Ice Cream, Chocolate Dipped Strawberries, Lemon Cake, Chocolate Truffle Cake, Springtime Strawberry Pie, Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies, Cranberry Spritzer, Frozen Strawberry Daiquiri, Hot Butter Rum Mix, Cranberry Apple Pork Tenderloin, Pork Rib Roast with Pear Sauce, Sauteed Chicken in Lemon Cream Sauce, Hood River Valley Pear Crisp with Vanilla Cream, Hazelnut Torte, and so much more. There are 223 pages of Fabulous Recipes in this Beautiful Hardback Book! You will be pleased with your purchase of such a wonderful Junior League Cookbook! Enjoy!!!!

– M. Burgess on April 21, 2008, Cooking from the Coast to the Cascades

5.0 out of 5 stars
Of My 176 Cookbooks this is the ” Most Worn-Out”

I like to consider myself a gourmet cook. I have been a great admirer of Julia Child and even took a short class from her when whe was in Seattle. However, I like to explore new horizons and most recently I got “hooked on” The Junior League Cookbooks. During my travels I always go to the hotel gift shop (or airport) to pick up the state Junior League Cookbook. I hit the “Jackpot” when I bought Oregon’s “Savor the Flavor.” My girl’s all own the cookbook and we write in each others book comments like Great, Fantastic…try this one. Today I am recommending it for my book study club. Close behind I would rate the two Seattle and San Francisco Junior League Cookbooks. As my husband said, “If you find one great recipe in a cookbook than it is worth the price of the book.” Well, this is worth gold!

A customer on May 19, 1999, Savor the Flavor of Oregon