Thursday, February 2, 2012

The Traveling Cookbook

Today, I'm sending you over to LoveFeast Table.

Chris Ann and Kristin are doing something pretty neat to support their mission of raising $24,000 for Feed My Starving Children.  As part of their efforts, they began The Traveling Cookbook.

The Traveling Cookbook is a cookbook (I bet you guessed that part.) that travels (I bet you guessed that, too.) from blogger to blogger...each one making a few recipes from the same book.  The bloggers add doodles, stories, pictures along the way and ship it on to another blogger.

When the book is full of doodles and love, it will be auctioned off to support Feed My Starving Children.  How cool is that?!?

Well, I was just thrilled to receive the book from my friend Wendy.  You can read all about the book's time at our house by visiting LoveFeast Table.

There's cake. ;)


31 comments:

  1. That is such a great idea! I love it.

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  2. What a nice idea!!
    It will be nice if this book travel till here Mexico and then goes around..Ir will be a well traveler cook book ;)
    Un beso
    Mer

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    1. You never know where it will end up! That's the fun of this project. :)

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  3. Texas Sheet Cake?! My favorite!! I bet there are lots of other goodies in there!

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  4. What an amazing idea, and a perfect way to raise money for a good cause. I may need to start something like that in Australia!

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  5. I see pecans popping through that icing! Going over to read your post :)

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  6. What a fun post to read, I can just imagine your son bowing...that's quite a compliment to the chef! I can't decide whether the cake or the spaghetti looks better, I'll have to make both.

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  7. Thank you Bridget for being a part of this journey. We are so honored to have so many creative and talented people joining us on this adventure!
    ~Chris Ann & Kristin

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  8. Oh, a traveling cookbook, I love it! I would so much rather receive a cookbook in the mail than a pair of pants!

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  9. A traveling cookbook... definitely a great idea!

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  10. This is an idea that makes me go, "Awww, why didn't I think of that??"

    Great fun and a really good cause. Well done!

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  11. wooooooooooow che delizia! complimenti, un bacio :)
    ps: ho realizzato un nuovo concorso "Fashion Food": in premio 100 euro di shopping! Ti aspetto :)

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  12. I love how bloggers come together to make this world a better place! Thank you all for that!!!!!

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  13. What a great idea!! and I LOVE the pic of Aunt Gayle's recipe vards on the post below!!

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  14. what an amazing idea. the cake looks pretty good too

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  15. What an amazing idea!! I would love to do this with my friends! :)

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  16. What a fabulous idea. I would love to buy that book with all the splatters and doodles. Terrific cause and so original. Many blessings to raising a huge bundle of cash!

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  17. when i thought there couldn't be anything original anybody had already thought of, i read THIS. KOOL.

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  18. Love this idea, and loved your post! What a wonderful thing to do, and such a fun way to go about it!

    I made Ree's sheet cake last year, tweaking it slightly, and adding hazelnuts...A-MA-ZING!

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  19. Bridget how fun is that. And Oh that cake is divine! One of our favorites.

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