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Cookbook Sales to Benefit PCC Foundation

"Bulldog Bites" went on sale this month at a cost of $10 each. Proceeds from the cookbook sales will go toward student scholarships and educational activities at the college.

WINTERVILLE—The Pitt Community College Alumni Association is selling “Bulldog Bites” cookbooks to raise money for student scholarships and educational activities at the college.

The books are $10 each and feature 168 recipes for everything from soups, salads and side dishes to appetizers, desserts and main dishes. The recipes were submitted by PCC alumni, employees and retirees as well as friends of the college.

“We have a lot of good cooks within the PCC family and ‘Bulldog Bites’ is all the proof anyone would need,” said PCC Alumni Relations Director Ashley Smith. “The book features recipes that have great names and just sound delicious, whether it’s ‘To-Die-for Pot Roast,’ ‘Death by Chocolate,’ or ‘Hot Cranberry Cider.’”

Copies of “Bulldog Bites” are available for purchase in PCC’s Office of Institutional Advancement, which is located in Room 2 of the Vernon E. White Building on the college’s main campus. The books may also be purchased with a credit card and shipped to buyers by calling (252) 493-7287.