Today’s recipe can be found in a new cookbook called Where Slow Food and Whole Food Meet. Read on to find out where you can get your copy!
Okay so that title is a mouthful. I was trying to fit in all the elements of this post. It’s for a good cause so bear with me. Plus you have lots of chances to win stuff so that’s an added bonus.
The basic idea of today’ post:
Show you the photo of the recipe I contributed to the cookbook we are chatting about today.
Tell you a little about the project and help raise awareness for Hunger Action Month.
Share a list of other bloggers who contributed to the book.
That pretty much sums up what is happening today. I’d love for you to read on to find out more before you enter.
So about 30 bloggers were brought together to contribute to this awesome ebook. I’m giving away 2 copies today. We all came up with recipes and worked our little food blogger butts off for the cause. None more than Jennifer of Mother Thyme and Christine of Cook the Story. They were amazing at organizing this project so huge props to the girls for all the did.
September is Hunger Action Month, a nationwide campaign mobilizing the public to take action on the issue of hunger. We’ve been mobilized and we’re hoping to mobilize others.
Feeding America states:
46 million people in the United States deal with hunger issues, including 12 million children and 7 million seniors.
One in seven Americans turns to the Feeding America network for food assistance.
Feeding America, through its network of 200 food banks and 58,000 feeding programs, provides food assistance
That is astounding to me. And a lot heartbreaking. But also absolutely amazing that an organization can do so much to help. I am in awe of what organizations like this do to help.
How all of us bloggers helping to do our part:
We wanted our book to help in a big way so all of the proceeds from the print copy of the book are going to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida. We hope it helps a little bit. Every drop in the bucket helps to fill it.
How you can help:
Buy the book on Amazon. You can find Where Slow Food and Whole Food Meet there and your purchase helps the cause.
Feeding America food banks from across the country are giving the ebook version as a free gift to their donors. If you make a donation you will be given the ebook as a free gift. Donate right now and get your free ebook by clicking here.
Here’s the link http://www.feedhopenow.org/cookbook
Some stuff about our sponsors:
To help get the word out about hunger in America and our cookbook, some generous sponsors have jumped on board.
Together, San Miguel Produce, Grimmway Farms and Old Oak Farms by RPE Produce are making some big contributions to help end hunger. They are each contributing food to their local food banks AND they are giving $5 for every print copy of the book that we sell.
That’s in addition to the proceeds from the book that are already going to the food bank! When you buy a copy of the book here, you not only get a beautiful book sent to you in the mail, you also are getting these generous companies to make a donation to a worthy cause.*
Here is a list of participating bloggers. Check out what they made for the cookbook!
Broccoli and Cheese Potato Soup from Big Bear’s Wife
Chicken, Potato and Barley Stew from Magnolia Days
Autumn Apple Chicken Sandwiches from Chocolate & Carrots
Pumpkin, Chicken and Spinach Tortellini Soup from An Edible Mosaic
Thai Coconut Curry Beef and Broccoli from Food Faith Fitness
Chicken Burrito Bowls from Two Healthy Kitchens
Barbacoa Tacos from My Baking Heart
Balsamic Orange Roast Beef from a farmgirl’s dabbles
Cuban Seafood Stew from The Kitchen Prep
Chinese Beef and Broccoli from Very Culinary
Pork Meatballs in Marinara Sauce from Savvy Eats
Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic from Around My Family Table
Tex-Mex Scalloped Potato and Carrot Dinner from Cook the Story
Cuban Black Bean Soup from Food n’ Focus
Macaroni and Cheese With Sugar Snap Peas from Brooklyn Farm Girl
Sweet and Spicy Carnitas from Cravings of a Lunatic
Pork Tenderloin Florentine from All Day I Dream About Food
Thai Pork with Vermicelli Salad from Jane’s Adventures in Dinner
Mango Chicken from Stetted
Creamy Buffalo Chicken from Mother Thyme
Spiced Lentil Stew from Je suis alimentageuse
Harvest Chili from WonkyWonderful
Whole Tuscan Chicken from The Little Kitchen
Vegetarian Pumpkin White Chili from Kitchen Treaty
Sweet Italian Sausage and Peppers from Sweet Remedy
Chicken Cacciatore from Poet in the Pantry
Lentil, Sausage and Kale Stew from Jeanette’s Healthy Living
Italian Beef Sandwiches from Yummy Healthy Easy
Butternut Squash Vegetarian Chili from Nutmeg Nanny
Disclaimer Mumbo Jumbo:
While some bloggers received slow cookers to test out their recipes I did not. Since I’m Canadian I was not eligible to receive one. Any blogger who did receive a slow cooker to test out will have a disclaimer on their blog. We’re required to let you know that kind of stuff.
Each blogger received a ebook copy of the cookbook.
This post does contain affiliate links. If you order the book through Amazon I would receive a small commission. I use any commissions I make to help keep the kitchen stocked and also to provide awesome giveaways for my readers. Thanks to anyone who helps support the blog in any way they can. It’s much appreciated.
And thanks to anyone who made it to the bottom of the post. I realize there is a lot of info included so thanks for hanging in there. We hope you help raise awareness for the cause. If you can help by buying a book or by donating please do so. Any little bit helps. It goes a long way to help out families in need. We appreciate your time, support and anything you can do to help.
Toodles and smoochies! xx