It’s Not Too Late To Support The Culinary Trust and Get a Free Cookbook
As we get ready to turn the page on another year, it’s not too late to support The Culinary Trust, IACP’s philanthropic foundation formed by Julia Child and other members in 1984.
Donations of $40 or more qualify for a free copy of the Cookbook Lovers' Cookbook, a recipe collection compiled specially for The Culinary Trust by Roger Smith Cookbook Conference participants and IACP members.
Please make your generous year-end gift today by clicking here, and don’t miss the opportunity to savor this unique collection of recipes by nearly 100 cookbook authors, editors, teachers, historians and bloggers, including hand-picked contributions by IACP members:
• Ken Albala’s Slow Pizza
• Maggie Battista’s Homemade Bailey’s Irish Cream (click here for the recipe)
• Casey Benedict’s Grilled Brussels Sprouts
• Irena Chalmer’s Almost Instant Chocolate Mousse
• David Feller’s Chocolate Banana Bread
• Betty Fussell’s Chocolate Chili Shortbread (click here for the recipe)
• Nick Fauchald’s (former board member of The Culinary Trust) Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder
• Cathy Kaufman’s (former Secretary of The Culinary Trust and Editor of The Cookbook Lovers’ Cookbook) Braised Duck with Leeks, Vinegar, and Arugala
• Joan Nathan’s Alsacian Pear Kugal with Prunes
• Donna Pierce’s Skinny Soul Food (Eggplant, Greens and Okra) (click here for the recipe)
• Adam Salomone’s Scottish Roast Chicken
• Andy Schloss’s Pork Paillards with Prosciutto Garlic Butter
• Bruce Shaw’s Kennebunk Lobster Stew
• Andrew F. Smith’s (former president of The Culinary Trust) The Art of Real Barbequing
• Sheila Thomas’s Award Winner Potato Salad
• Toni Tipton-Martin’s Sweet Potato Pie
• Judith Weinraub’s Baby Food
You have until December 31 to make a tax-deductible contribution for 2012 and support The Trust’s efforts to provide the tools and opportunities for culinary professionals to understand and act on critical issues in the world of food.
To learn more about The Culinary Trust, read Board Chair Ken Rubin’s year-end letter posted on the IACP blog earlier this month.