MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) February 18, 2020
“A Cookbook for Masons: The Secrets Are in the Ingredients”: an informative recipe book that contains different procedures of creating dishes and drinks from different courses and from different parts of the globe. “A Cookbook for Masons: The Secrets Are in the Ingredients” is the creation of published author Tim Pinsonneault, a Worshipful Master. WM is the highest position one can achieve in his local Lodge, which for Tim, is Mount Anthony Lodge No. 13 F&AM. Also, he’s a Scottish Rite Mason with the title of Thrice Potent Master, along with being a Shriner.
Pinsonneault shares, “Who are the Freemasons? The Freemason Society is the largest and oldest fraternity in the world, with well over two million men. It accepts members from diverse of religions and races and operates in many countries. All masons are men, and all men seeking to join the fraternity must believe in a higher power and be willing to meet with an existing member to discuss membership details in private. However, all it takes to become a member of the Freemasons is a willingness to do so. The masonic lodges are far from hidden. Often housed in nondescript buildings, they will usually proudly bear the masonic emblem and colors. Freemasons sometimes wear rings or lapel pins that identify them as members of the fraternity, and membership is by no means a secret. Like any other civic organization, the Freemasons exist primarily to contribute toward their community, while providing support and brotherhood among members. The exact origins of Freemasonry are unknown, and speculation about them has given rise to a number of theories and areas of study. What is known is that the Freemasons are a very old fraternity, dating back hundreds of years. If you want to join, just ask a Freemason or go online and look up your local lodge, or type in Grand Lodge of (whichever state you’re from) and go from there. Good luck and enjoy the journey.”
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Tim Pinsonneault’s new book is a wonderful spread of dishes compiled into one manuscript that will guide cooks into concocting an assortment of meals and drinks.
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