Much to the delight of everyone involved, the Blog Aid Cookbook is now available! So many thanks go out to Julie and her team of volunteers who helped transform an idea into beautiful reality. As it stands now, since the ordering site went live on Blurb just before midnight last night, nearly 400 copies have been sold. Thanks to the generosity the project partners (West Canadian Graphics and Blurb.com) and their matching funds (up to $10,000), those sales means that over $20,000 CDN have been raised for Red Cross and Doctors without Borders.
The book can be ordered in either paper ($25) or hard back ($50) here (or you can get to it by clicking the Blog Aid image in the right rail). Whichever cover you choose, you’ll get a 7 x 7 book, with 110 pages of recipes and full-color photos.
And, if you’re not yet tempted by this lovely book (and my three recipes), consider all the other contributors. Chef Michael Smith, Dana McCauley, Emily Richards, Catharine from Weelicious, Cheryl from Backseat Gourmet, Julie of Dinner with Julie, Jeannette of Everybody Likes Sandwiches, Nishta from Blue Jean Gourmet, Lauren of Celiac Teen, Charmian from Christie’s Corner, Shaina from Food for my Family, Shauna and Danny from Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef, Lauren from Healthy Delicious, Alice from Savory Sweet Life, Tara from Seven Spoons, Jess of Sweet Amandine, Helen from Tartelette, Gail from The Pink Peppercorn, Pierre of Kitchen Scraps, Tim from Lottie and Doof, Tea from Tea & Cookies, Jamie from My Baking Addiction, Lori from Recipe Girl, Melissa from The Traveler’s Lunchbox, Brooke of Tongue-n-Cheeky and Aimee of Under the High Chair.
So, what are you waiting for? Buy this book!
Going to place my order now. Such a great idea 🙂
Kind of off the actual topic, I know, but can I please tell you how much I adore the blog aid font!?!?
Good cause *and* aesthetically pleasing, yay!
Thanks so much, Sarah!
Gayle, isn’t it gorgeous! I’m in love with the whole design of the book. It is just beautiful.
this is just gorgeous! Going to check it out now. Nice work, Marissa.
I wrote a post about Blog Aid and linked back to you in it. Thank you so much for bringing it to my attention. It’s such a lovely idea.
Beautiful. Great idea, and great work.
I just wanted to say how happy I am to have found this blog. I also live in Philly (just north of Fishtown in East Kenzo) and started canning last year. I just did some peach pie filling, blueberries, and blackberry jam, but this year I’m hoping to do some tomatoes and pickles! Anyway, I can’t wait to read more. Thanks for starting this!