November 18, 2009

The BloggerAid Cookbook: Helping To Change The Face Of Famine


Early this year, in March to be precise, I had written about BloggerAid Changing The Face Of Famine and their Cookbook Project.

"BloggerAid is a growing group of international food bloggers determined to make a difference in aid of world famine. The love of food and community that brings them together drives the compassion of its members to reach out to the world to help those less fortunate. Banded by a mission of helping to make a change in a world where starvation affects such a profound number of people, they will raise money and awareness for the hungry in communities both at home and abroad."

The first project was the BloggerAid Cookbook which was creating a cookbook to raise funds for the School Meals scheme of the United Nations World Food Programme. The idea was to invite food bloggers to contribute recipes to be published as a cookbook where 100% of the proceeds target children and education through the School Meals scheme.





I am very happy to tell you all that the BloggerAid Cookbook has been published and you can order your very own copy now.

This cookbook is a collection of recipes from the kitchens of food bloggers in over 60 countries and you can also find my "Savoury Cashewnut Masala Cookies" in the book.





So please lend us, and the children who need it, your active support by buying one (or more) copies of this book. We at BloggerAid would also very much appreciate your support if you could spread the word on your blogs.





And here's a visual preview of the recipes you could be cooking up once you get your copy of The BloggerAid Cookbook.



14 comments:

jayasree said...

Glad to know your recipe is chosen. Congrats Aparna.

giz said...

It must be exciting to see your recipe in the BloggerAid-CFF cookbook. Thanks for spreading the word!!!

Shri said...

Congrats Aparna!Those cookies look delicious indeed!

myspicykitchen said...

Aparna, I have been waiting for the cookbook to come out... Thanks for posting... I am getting the book and congrats on ur recipe...

A_and_N said...

Lovely! I should do this too no? I shall, soon.

Lisa said...

Aparna - I've seen this book around, and was always curious if I could take part or be of help. I suppose it's too late to take part, but I'll be buying this book ASAP..especially after seeing your cashew cookies. Yummy recipes to help feed the children is wonderful :)

Dhanggit said...

Congratulations on this adventure! I'm really glad your recipe has been chosen!

farida said...

This is such great news! I would love to contribute to next editions too. You guys rock! Congrats!

s said...

hey ..hows everything..well parents visiting so been rather busy ...those cupcake cases are a gift from my mom..but i have seen them in kochi as well..

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Gorgeous cookies for such a good cause! I am looking forward to reading this book and am so thrilled that so many of my friends are in it!

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

Congratulations on your recipe being chosen!! :)

myspicykitchen said...

Aparna, I want to put the slide show recipe pictures on my blog. Could you please help me with that. Right now I have a link to the slide show. I want to embed the slideshow into my post. I will shoot you an email too.

Aparna said...

Thank you. Hope you can all help a bit by either ordering or gifting a cpoy of this book.

Aparna said...

Thank you. Hope you can all help a bit by either ordering or gifting a cpoy of this book.