Dining with the Prophets-Historic Recipes from the Lion House & Giveaway


Take your family on a historical journey—by way of their taste buds! In this latest collection of recipes, the chefs at the Lion House step back in time to re-create favorite dishes enjoyed by the Presidents of the Church through the years. From Joseph Smith's Johnny Cakes to Spencer W. Kimball's Raspberry Cheesecake, from Lorenzo Snow's Yorshire Pudding to Thomas S. Monson's Swedish Meatballs, these recipes are a delight to share with family and friends. 

You'll also find a wonderful collection of old pioneer recipes, as well as a number of the Lion House's signature dishes, the same fare (including the legendary Lion House Dinner Rolls) served at receptions and dinners and in the Lion House Pantry for several decades. Portraits of all the Church Presidents, plus photos of many of the period artifacts displayed at the Lion House, make this one-of-a-kind cookbook a fascinating stroll through history that the whole family will enjoy.

Product Details

  • Size:  8" x 8"
  • Pages:  118

About the Author:

The LION HOUSE, originally built in the 1850s as a residence for President Brigham Young and his family, has served for decades as a venue where good food served in a historical setting creates memorable occasions. From the Lion House Pantry to the children’s party room, the decor and ambiance invite visitors to understand and cherish our pioneer heritage.
The delicious, made-from-scratch dishes that have been the hallmark of the Lion House’s menus are enjoyed by visitors from all over the world. The building itself was listed on the National Register of Historic Landmarks in 1964 and continues to be a favorite gathering place of dignitaries, families, and anyone who appreciates home-cooked food served with a smile.

In my opinion:
I enjoyed looking through and reading Dining with the Prophets. It was neat to read about the prophet's favorite dishes. It was also really fun to see what my Great, Great, Great Grandfather's favorite  recipe was (Wilford Woodruff). He liked Cherry Nut Cake "which appeared in an issue of the Woman's Exponent during his administration. Cherries have been grown in Utah since pioneer days. The cherry was designated as the official state fruit in 1997." My favorite story was from Harold B. Lee. He liked cheese with pretty much everything even with a white cake. I loved learning a little bit more about each Prophet.

Also included were pioneer recipes and Lion House Signature recipes. I'm excited to try Cream of Corn Soup, Fried Scones, Lion House Dinner Rolls, Cold Chicken Salad Croissants and Carrot Cake.

I was impressed with Deseret Book and the way they formatted Dining with the Prophets. The layout and design was well presented and the pictures were perfect. I definitely recommend Dining with the Prophets-Historic recipes from the Lion House.
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