Thank you all for your support of our cookbook!
Over the past 44 years, Indianapolis Alumnae Panhellenic delegates and volunteers have been creating mouth-watering recipes to serve at our annual Tasters Luncheon.
IAP announces the publication of A Sampling of Sisterhood - Five Decades of Tasters Luncheon Classics, a new cookbook available in late May 2021. Currently Sold Out for new orders.
Capturing classics like sparkling frozen fruit salads from the 1970s to today’s recipes with popular ingredients like edamame and quinoa, A Sampling of Sisterhood contains over 250 recipes featuring appetizers, breads, salads and desserts. Selected from more than 900 recipes served at past Tasters Luncheons, this collection represents the best of the best from each year. Many of the recipes have short stories from members sharing why the recipe is now a family favorite. Each recipe also shows the year it was served at the Tasters Luncheon and, when available, the recipe contributor and her sorority affiliation.
Designed for easy use in the kitchen, the cookbook features a padded, hard cover 3-ring binder, conveniently sized at 7”x 9”, which lays flat when open. Inside, approximately 150 pages are organized into five decades. Each section is separated by heavy tabbed dividers to make finding your favorite recipes convenient. The divider pages share food trends from each decade for a trek down memory lane. A Sampling of Sisterhood chronicles the history of the Tasters Luncheon, as well as the over 100-year history of the Indianapolis Alumnae Panhellenic. Two indexes are included to help locate the recipes by category and by contributor.
Thank you for purchasing the limited number of cookbooks available for sale this year to which all proceeds supports IAP’s annual scholarship efforts.
Cookbook Committee: Karen Courtney, Chair, Deb Gibson, Shelbi Grow, Barb Kinzer, Christine Lowe, Alice Miley, Kay Prange, Shelli Sharp, Sally Ulrich, and Bryn Hemsley Masiuk.
Hello! As 2021-22’s president for IAP, it is an honor to serve and carry on our traditions of service and scholarship. This year promises to be another year of change and transition. We will continue to pivot our events to better suit our changing demographics and responsibilities. We also want to continue to provide social refuge for all Panhellenic sorority women, whether they have an active alumnae association or not. We are always open to seeing new faces and engaging with new sisters. We hope to see and hear from you soon.
Ren Duncan Seidel
President, Indianapolis Alumnae Panhellenic