The second cookbook published by Dallas 24 Hour Club goes on sale today.
“Cooking at Home Through the Seasons: A Collection of Recipes Created by Dallas’ Top Chefs from Their Homes to Yours” includes recipes from celebrity chefs and messages of hope and recovery.
Chef Junior Borges, the vice president of culinary for the new restaurant concept at The Village, Meridian, was named an honorary chef and is helping with the book. Sharon Van Meter of Beckley 1115 is also an honorary chef co-chair.
Keep an eye out for recipes from Katherine Clapner of Dude, Sweet Chocolate, which used to have a location in Lower Greenville.
Last year, more than 1,700 copies of the cookbook were purchased. Proceeds help the Dallas 24 Hour Club, located on Ross Avenue, to provide safe, sober transitional living for homeless men and women.
Books are available to preorder for $43, and discounts apply for bulk orders of 20 or more copies. Delivery is set for early November.
Update (7/8): A previous version of this story included an incorrect number of copies purchased last year.