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Sautter’s Local Cookbook Honors History

Local grocery store operator Sautter’s has updated the 2019 publication, “After All These Years, Ohio’s Still Cooking!” with an updated edition.

The original book, compiled by Amanda Kay, celebrates 200 years of Ohio food history through varying flavors and stories. The updated version, with Sautter’s special twist, has photos, news clippings, a collection of cooking and history articles and profiles of Ohio cooks, who share some of their secret family recipes. 

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Sautter’s Market, founded in downtown Toledo in 1927, has been a local community staple as  the family-owned grocery store passed through generations, taking pride in offering locally sourced quality foods.

The book has a foreword from former northwest Ohio television broadcasting legend and longtime Sylvania resident, Gordon Ward, who passed away at age 96 in 2022. 

Purchase the book, dive into the history and connect with local epicurean offerings by trying the recipes. 

Available for purchase on Amazon or at Sautter’s grocery stores in Sylvania and Waterville.

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