Where the Food Comes From Cookbook now includes more than 100 recipes!

In addition to their amazing show, RFD-TV’s “Where the Food Comes From” team also publishes a digital cookbook with recipes by people featured on the show.

Where the Food Comes From

In addition to their amazing show, RFD-TV’s Where the Food Comes From also publishes a digital cookbook with special recipes from the people and companies highlighted on the show as well as ones written by other talented chefs, cooks, family and friends.

They recently hit a major milestone in that digital space— more than 100 published recipes!

“That may not sound like a ton compared to some cookbooks and websites, but my goal has never been to have the most recipes — it’s to have the best and most unique!” WTFCF Assistant Producer and Food Editor Donna Sanders said. “And since they come from the guests of our show, family and friends, these are as unique as it gets. Almost every one adds to the story of an episode it represents.”

To celebrate the milestone, Sanders selected five of her very favorites. To see her list and find links to each recipe and the stories behind them, click here.

If you’d like to submit a recipe for consideration, email them to info@WTFCF.com them with a picture and a little info about who you are and what the recipe means to your family.

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Marion is a digital content manager for RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel. She started working for Rural Media Group in May 2022, bringing a decade of experience in the digital side of broadcast media as well as some professional cooking experience to the team.
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