Watch out Betty Crocker!  The South Harrison Band Boosters are pleased to announce the SHHS Bands Cookbook!  What a great way to celebrate our community and our heritage!  Plus you can share some of your favorite recipes with your friends and neighbors and make recipes like Uncle Tom’s Buffalo Mac & Cheese famous across Harrison County, West Virginia, and the nation!

When it’s done, the SHHS Bands Cookbook will be available for sale, with proceeds benefiting the South Harrison Bands.

We’d love it if you submit as many recipes as you want.  As of now, we think we’ll be categorizing the recipes as follows:

  • Appetizers
  • Soups and Salads
  • Main Dishes
  • Vegetables and Side Dishes
  • Cakes, Cookies and Candy

While we can’t guarantee all of your submitted recipes will be published, submitting multiple recipes increases the likelihood that at least one of yours will be included in the SHHS Bands Cookbook.

Please submit a separate form for each recipe so our editors (a/k/a Amazing Band Parents) can keep track of everything.

They’ve created an easy-to-use form for you to submit your recipes, just click here.

Besides the recipes, feel free to provide us with background information about the recipe, or why it has special meaning to you or the community.

Thank you for your interest in contributing to our cookbook!
You many also submit recipes via one of the following methods:
(HANDWRITTEN RECIPES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. ALL RECIPES MUST TYPED.)

U.S. MAIL

Jenna Cheuvront
223 Cheuvront DR
Clarksburg, WV 26301

OR

SHHS Band Boosters
c/o Zach Bloom, Director of SHHS Bands
3073 Hawk Highway
Lost Creek, WV 26385

IN PERSON

You many give your recipes to one of the following booster officers:
Jeanie Adams
Jenna Cheuvront
Kelly Fox
Monica Walters

Did you know that the Betty Crocker character originated with a contest run by Gold Medal flour in the 1920s?  Betty Crocker soon could be heard on a new daily radio program ‘Cooking School of the Air’ where Betty helped women with their cooking and baking dilemmas. Here’s a photo of the test kitchen at the Washburn Crosby Company, a predecessor of General Mills.