Whether it’s butternut squash soup, pot roast, or pumpkin bread, everyone has a favorite dish that just screams “autumn!” We are hosting a seasonal cooking event with a twist - a recipe swap!
This event will take place over the course of two months. For the first month all participants will post their favorite fall recipes and I will compile them in a master list.
At the end of the month, each participant will “claim” a recipe that they would like to make. Each recipe may only be claimed by one user, and they will be first come, first served once the claiming period begins.
*please let us know if you have a food allergy or dietary restriction and need a specific recipe* If there are more recipes than participants, you may claim an additional recipe after everyone has chosen a first.
All participants will have the second month to prepare their dish. After you have cooked the recipe you selected, post a picture and a few sentences about the experience!
You get to eat the delicious food you prepared! You will also earn a stamp to be redeemed in our Treasure Chest.
In addition, Cider will design a printable recipe book for all of the participants to download that will include all of the submissions.
You have between Friday, September 17th and Saturday, October 9th to sign up and post your recipe.
You will have the week of October 10th - October 17th to claim the recipe you would like to cook. Please wait until all recipes have been claimed before cooking your dish to ensure you don’t have to swap with someone for any reason.
You will have from October 18th to November 20th to make and share your recipe! Cider will put together the recipe book just in time for you to try something out for Thanksgiving in the US!
White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies
Funeral Spread/Bologna Salad
Soft & Chewy Candy Corn Cookies
Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
Check back soon!
If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Eventful, Cider, or any member of the Event Committee. We can’t wait to see what you cook up!
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