Vicar Martin Green, his wife Louise and their daughter Bethany have spent your past few months collecting recipes, printing pages and holding by hand 485 copies of a village recipe book, fat for pebbles.
That they are hoping to raise vital funds to assist save their crumbling church.
The stonework of St Michael's tower has already been deteriorating in excess of a decade to bell-ringing has never been possible since 1999.
Although this building had been awarded A[pounds sterling]182,000 in May by Heritage Lottery and English Heritage, the church needs to raise another A[lbs sterling]68,000 by March, according to each provisions regarding the grant.
Since coming up with thinking about having a meal book "for the village and also by the village" in August, Mrs Green has accumulated 96 concoctions for light lunches, main courses, puddings, cakes as well as "miscellaneous" items such as sweets and punches in in New Jersey, Florida, California, Houston, Washington, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London and Sydney.
She said: "I've also put in some jokes and cookery tips - some less serious than others.
"Quite a few contributors have included some nice background stories behind their recipes.
"We have quite a nice mixture of things. It has got taken a significant work, but it is been fun."
Bishops Itchington Primary School lent the Greens its binder and the family are working hard to make positive they were able to have the books ready to sell at St Michael's church Christmas tree festival this weekend.
The trio were also helped by villager Janet Heritage, who delivered artwork for each book.
Mrs Green said: "We will develop a good profit because we do it all by hand. Hopefully we will likely make a good bit of money for the house of worship tower."
Pounds for Stones, priced at A[pounds sterling]5, will be available to buy at church's Christmas tree festival, which is on at the church in Manor Road these days starting 5pm at 9pm, tomorrow from 10am to 4pm and on Sunday from noon to 4pm.
Duplicates can certainly be bought coming from Mrs Green at the vicarage at Manor track. Call 613466.
Among the many paleo recipe book looks this one for Christmas flapjacks by Debbie Ellis.
She believed: "I came with this concept one year when I had also many containers of mincemeat as well as Christmas puddings. They went well with a nice cup of teas or perhaps those bit energy snacks one needs now and again."
One Christmas pudding, broken up, or one container mincemeat (any size of pudding or jar of mincemeat will work)
4 oz/100g butter
4 tbsp golden syrup
4 oz/100g soft brown sugar
12 oz/300g rolled oats
One most large saucepan
One particular Swiss move tin
Silicone or baking paper