Holiday Recipe Collection

 

Broccoli smiles and food literacy.  Amber Stott  has lots to smile about these days.

The California Food Literacy Center, a Sacramento based non-profit that she started July 2011 is successfully teaching kids all about food.  In a pilot program pre-test, when asked K-1st graders if healthy snacks taste good; 82% of kids said “no.” After 1 month of food literacy training, 92% of the kids said “yes.”

The Center is running an online campaign to help them raise $11,000 by Jan 1.  You can read all about it here.

The Jolly Food Literacy Holiday Recipe Collection e-book is a treasure indeed.  The collection is a compilation of several hand picked bloggers who generously contributed a recipe.  Bloggers include:
Art of the Pie
What’s Gaby Cooking
Simply Recipes
Awake at the Whisk
Healthy Blender Recipes
Stay at Home Foodie
Eat Well, Live Free
Hunter, Angler, Gardener, Cook
Real Life Raw
Vanilla Garlic
California Food Literacy Center
The e-book design was generously donated by Pat Soberanis Creative Services.  If you donate $50 or more to the campaign you’ll automatically receive a copy of this e-book, which will enable the California Food Literacy Center to continue to provide food literacy education to low-income kids.  The recipes are a collection of holiday favorites, including bread, appetizers, soup, vegetable sides, desserts, and a roasted turkey with a spicy gluten-free gravy.  There are some unique, delicious ideas to make your holiday festive!
So if you’re looking for a fun holiday gift to share, check it out!

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