Foodarella: 100 Recipes In 100 Days!



This is me, Karen.  I’m making a cookbook and I would like your recipe.

I have decided that I would like to make a Cookbook called “Foodarella”, named for the word we use at the Cabin for all things food-related that we love. I would like to fill it with 100 random recipes from complete strangers, or whoever would be willing to write in, of good things to eat! It’s fun to think of compiling something like this on the internet, and I am hopeful that some of my fellow Word Press family of bloggers would like to participate.

I am fully aware that I don’t have a large readership and that many people probably won’t care.  I’m okay with that!   But, I just can’t get it out of my mind how fun it would be to collect recipes, bits of food-wisdom, photographs, and the like, simply from taking a chance that others would read this out in the big, juicy, food-filled world!

We love healthy stuff, sweet and kind stuff, crunchy and pliable stuff.  If ingredients come from our own gardens, are canned over red-checked tablecloths in our kitchens, or are just fabulously simple or delicious, then all the better!

If you care to share a bit from your own kitchen, please email your recipe, method, or bit of cookery wisdom, including your name and credits as you would like them to appear, photos etc. (or a drawing or painting of your food, hey now THAT would be cool!) to Karen at I trust you will properly credit the source of your foodarella as to not step on any toes in the pantry…

I’ll give this 100 recipe challenge 100 days to complete, as that just sounds good ‘eh?  Whether I end up with 2 or 100 to add, I’ll be happy. Like I said, it has been just enjoyable to think about (especially while I am snuggled up in bed with a head cold!) and I thank ya for reading.

Cheers and good thoughts, Karen


6 thoughts on “Foodarella: 100 Recipes In 100 Days!

  1. Great idea, and I’m sure you’ll get more followers and interest during the 100 days. Thanks for visiting my blog – it’s also in its early days, and I get way too excited every time I get an additional follower. I’d happily contribute to your cookbook – just give me time to think of something really exciting to send in! Obviously it has to be something special. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy reading about my foodie experiments in a student kitchen over at The Belly Rumble. 🙂

    • Hi Janet,
      I have been surprised by the reaction to this project so far. I got behind on keeping up, but am back in full-flavor 🙂 I have veered from the “100 recipes in 100 days” concept so that I can take my time compiling recipes, stories, art and photos. It is a fun project and my family can’t wait to get their hands on the finished book. Thank you so much for asking!

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