The Town and Country Club have been tantalising Tamworth tastebuds for 65 years, and have now released their kitchen secrets to the public.
The Vintage Cook Book contains 133 local recipes from 33 contributors, including club members, well known Tamworth residents, and even the recipes of "some ladies who are no longer with us."
The book is the brainchild of club president Cath Stevenson, who saw an opportunity for club members to play their strongest hand.
"The majority of our members are now 70 to 96 years old, so we can't do a lot of the things like dances and concerts we used to do," she said.
"What we do have is great cooks with plenty of tried and tested recipes."
Apparently, one of the best comes from Bette Forrest, with the soon-to-be 97 year olds Beef Normandy earning the praise of the president.
"We are hoping the funds raised from the book can help us maintain the club, but we would love to see some new and younger members get involved," Mrs Stevenson said.
The Town and Country Club was founded by 120 local women in 1954, and grew to a peak of over 250 members.
These days there are 68 members, who meet six times a month to play cards, eat, talk, and enjoy each other's company.
Next Friday the club will celebrate their 65th anniversary with a lunch starting at 12.30pm.
The Vintage Cook Book is available for $10 through the Town and Country Club.