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"Aromas From the Edubloggers' Kitchens"

REPOST: "Aromas From The Edubloggers' Kitchens"

Our dynamic cooking trio of Deb White, Ernie Easter(from Maine) and myself - Naomi Harm(from MN) have started an exciting new project and we would like you to participate with us. It’s called "Aromas from the Edubloggers' Kitchens" and its goal is to help our extended Twitter community preserve and enjoy the wonderful food we have all come to enjoy as a family. *If you would like to PARTICIPATE please email or leave a comment for me below with the following info to include: your first name, last name and email address- thank you!

When families gather together, you seem to find most of the people in the kitchen – because that is where the food is! Most of us have favorite foods from our childhood or others that seem to be served only when someone special is visiting or when visiting grandma’s house. Although all too often a family food treasure is lost forever with each passing of a family member.

The "Aromas From The Edubloggers' Kitchens" cookbook project is a Web site that is designed to help us collect and even publish our favorite family recipes so that we can share and preserve the special food that our family enjoys. The Web site is easy to use and will take just a little effort to enter your family’s favorite foods for all of us to enjoy. We can use these recipes online or even publish a cookbook that we can share and treasure. But first, we need your help.

Please collect all of the wonderful recipes that you would like to contribute. We are looking not only for the dishes served on special occasions, but also the every day meals your family enjoys. Log on to the "Aromas From the Edubloggers' Kitchens" cookbook project Web site using the information below and enter your recipe information into the database. We are trying to have all of the recipes entered by August 15, 2009.

The Web site lists all of the Twitter community members who have been asked to contribute. If you know of anyone who should be added, please send me their name and email address and I will have them invited.

Thanks for participating in the "Aromas From The Edubloggers' Kitchens" Cookbook Project!

Deb, Ernie and Naomi

Comments

Talia said…
I'd like to be part of it. :-)

Talia Carbis
talia.carbis@gmail.com
Lee-Anne said…
I'd like to be part of project

Lee-Anne Patterson
leeannep70@gmail.com
Jodi said…
Hi, Naomi...I would like to contribute.
Jodi
hosjod@holmen.k12.wi.us

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