While the pandemic has slowed down much of everyday life, Neighborhood Falmouth has been busy putting together the Neighborhood Falmouth Cookbook. Sales of the book will help Neighborhood Falmouth provide services to members to help them remain safely and comfortably in their homes. The Neighborhood Falmouth Cookbook has been a labor of love. The outpouring of support from the community has helped the organization include more than 230 recipes from members, volunteers, board of directors, restaurants, local and state elected officials, town leaders and celebrities, and numerous friends of the organization. Those who want to know who makes the best Seafood Enchiladas in Falmouth, the town leader who makes Italian pizzelles with his children or the writer who makes easy apple tarts for fundraising events will find the answers in the cookbook. The cookbook is the brainchild of the organization's board President Michael Bihari, who in addition to his career in medicine, writing and web development, went to culinary school and opened his own catering company in New York as well as a "heart-healthy" cooking school in Falmouth. Over the years, Dr. Bihari developed many recipes that he hoped to use someday in his own cookbook. Instead, he chose to add his recipes to those from the Neighborhood Falmouth community to create the Neighborhood Falmouth Cookbook. The cookbooks are $21.50 each and will be available by Monday, November 16, in plenty of time for Thanksgiving and year-end holiday giving. Purchases can be made at www.neighborhoodfalmouth.org or by calling 508-564-7543. Cookbook pickup will be at the Neighborhood Falmouth Office upstairs at 20 Academy Lane in the Falmouth Chamber of Commerce building, side entrance, during normal business hours. It would be best to call first, as the building is often locked due to the COVID-19 virus.