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High Fence Foodie



From The Big House To Your House

Cooking in prison with Celeste Johnson

"High Fence Foodie" has more than two hundred easy to prepare recipes for meals, soups, snacks, desserts, and beverages. These recipes can be made from basic items a prisoner can purchase from their unit’s commissary, or people on the outside can purchase from a convenience or grocery store. They are written by Celeste Johnson, a woman imprisoned in Texas who loves to cook and try out new combinations of the simple food ingredients available to her.

There isn’t much freedom to be found when incarcerated, so using the commissary to cook what YOU want offers a wonderful avenue for creativity and enjoyment!  Celeste hopes these recipes will ignite your taste buds as well as spark your imagination to explore unlimited creations of your own! She encourages you to make substitutions to your individual tastes or availability of ingredients.  She is confident you will enjoy the liberty found in creating a home-felt comfort whether you are behind the High Fence, or at Your House!

“High Fence Foodie”  has all new recipes that are a follow-up to the more than 200 recipes in “From The Big House To Your House” that was written by Celeste Johnson and five fellow prisoners at the Mountain View Unit, a woman’s prison in Gatesville, Texas.

Celeste Johnson does not financially profit from sales of the book. All profits from the book's sale are donated to The Justice Institute to contribute to its work on behalf of wrongly convicted persons.


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