st. pete eats cookbook

St. Pete Eats Cookbook Returns For a Limited Time

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla – A limited supply of St. Pete Eats: A Cookbook will be reprinted, just in time for the holidays. The cookbook features recipes sourced from restaurants around St. Petewith a healthy twist on some of your local favorites.

Cookbooks are available for purchase at for $20, plus shipping and handling. Shipments will start on December 11. Additionally, copies will be available for purchase at participating local businesses found at starting the week of December 14. Proceeds from cookbooks purchased at participating local businesses will go directly to the local business.

Quantities are limited and orders will be fulfilled on a first-come first-served basis.

City of St. Petersburg Deputy Mayor & City Administrator Dr. Kanika Tomalin partnered with local restaurants to create “St. Pete Eats: A Cookbook”, a collection of St. Pete’s favorite flavors, all in one place.

The cookbook gives at-home cooks a taste of the diverse flavors that can be found throughout St. Pete’s food scene, including healthy twists on some of our favorites. The unique collaboration includes food and drink recipes from local staples including La V, Trophy Fish, The Library, Dr. BBQ, Noble Crust and Dr. Tomalin’s own home kitchen.

“We’re so fortunate to live in a city that overflows with flavor and epicurean experiences. It’s my mission as St. Pete’s Deputy Mayor and City Administrator to infuse those flavors with delicious, healthy options, through Healthy St.

Pete,” said Dr. Tomalin. “In this cookbook, I’ve shared some of my own favorite recipes, and have enlisted the expertise of some of St. Pete’s finest chefs to give you an authentic culinary experience that can only be found in St. Pete.”

This cookbook helps advance Healthy St. Pete’s mission of creating a culture of health in the city and making the healthy choice the easy choice.

Mayor Kriseman said, “We can change health outcomes when we work together. That is why I am excited about this cookbook. It is a vibrant illustration that great food and great health can coexist, especially in St. Petersburg.”

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