April, 2012

Update on recipe submission for AFBA community cookbook

Update on recipe submission for AFBA community cookbook

Hello, AFBA’ers! I know it has been a really busy month, which means I appreciate even more all the work and effort that you all have been putting into the cookbook recipes, which are rolling in as the deadline (tomorrow) approaches. Throughout the past few weeks, I’ve been getting some excellent feedback from the food […]

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In Czech community cookbook, kolaches aren’t the only things worth preserving

In Czech community cookbook, kolaches aren’t the only things worth preserving

Members of the McLennan-Hill Chapter Czech Heritage Society in North Central Texas weren’t messing around when they published the “Czech Reflections” community cookbook in 1994. The book’s sub-subtitle says it all: “Recipes, Memories, History, Customs, Proverbs, Language, Farm Tasks, Costumes and Dancers.” What the society couldn’t guarantee were notes like the kind that my neighbor […]

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AFBA cookbook: Frequently Asked Questions

AFBA cookbook: Frequently Asked Questions

We’re a week into the submission period for the Austin Food Blogger Alliance cookbook, which is a perfect time to address a few questions that came up in the recipe writing class last week and in the Facebook group. Feel free to leave other questions in the comments or email them to afbacookbook@gmail.com. Don’t forget: […]

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Upload recipes through the end of April for AFBA cookbook

Upload recipes through the end of April for AFBA cookbook

Thanks to everyone who came out to the recipe writing class at Whole Foods last night! We had a packed room, and, thanks to our wonderful line-up of speakers — Ann Clark, Karen Morgan, Michael Chu and Elizabeth Engelhardt — we were able to cover a lot of ground about the history of community cookbooks, […]

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