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Penguins players' wives, girlfriends release cookbook

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
| Thursday, Jan. 10, 2019, 4:27 p.m.
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.'
Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.'
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.' Recipes include chocolate chips.
Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.' Recipes include chocolate chips.
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.' Recipes include toast skagen-malin.
Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.' Recipes include toast skagen-malin.
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.' Recipes include pear & ricotta crostini.
Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation
Pittsburgh Penguins wives and girlfriends created a cookbook 'Welcome to our Table.' Recipes include pear & ricotta crostini.

The wives and girlfriends of Pittsburgh Penguins players have released a cookbook.

The 152-page, hardcover “Welcome to our Table” book provides more than 70 recipes ranging from Russian pancakes and Beef Rydberg to healthy peanut butter cups and chocolate chip cookies.

Proceeds from sales will go to nonprofits in Pittsburgh and the surrounding area.

The price of the book is $40.

Details: pittsburghpenguinsfoundation.org

JoAnne Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 724-853-5062 or jharrop@tribweb.com or via Twitter @Jharrop_Trib.

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