$40,000 Raised for Children

Edgewood Orchard’s cookbook, An Artist’s Food for the Soul, which was published in early July, has recently reached total sales of $40,000, all of which will be donated to non-profit organizations working to improve children’s lives.

The cookbook is full of favorite recipes from the galleries’ artists, full-color artwork on every page, and a collection of touching stories spanning the past 40 years at the gallery. The 224-page book sells for $24.95, and all of the proceeds will benefit children through the Door County Community Fund.

In addition to being available for purchase online at, An Artist’s Food for the Soul is available at the following locations: Sturgeon Bay – Cornucopia, The Miller Art Museum, Rick Risch Salon and Serves You Right; Carlsville – Door County Coffee; Egg Harbor – Greens ‘N Grains and Main Street Market; Fish Creek – Edgewood Orchard, Juddville Clay, Great Northern by Design and The Main Course; Jacksonport – Jacksonport Craft Cottage; Baileys Harbor – The Blacksmith Inn; Sister Bay – Base Camp, Chelsea/Blue Willow, Harbor Tea and Spice Company and Passtimes Books; Ellison Bay – Clay Bay Pottery and Gills Rock Stoneware; Ephraim – The Hardy Gallery; and Washington Island – Islandtime Books and Sievers School.

For more information, call 920.868.3579, email [email protected], or visit