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Dear Friends of Hill Center,
We want your recipes!
Do you have a family dish that’s everyone’s favorite? Would Thanksgiving be disappointing without Aunt Betty’s sweet potatoes? Do you always cook black-eyed peas for good luck in the New Year?
We are putting together a Hill Center cookbook and want to include you, your recipes and the stories behind them. Contribute one or as many as you like. Don’t worry about the format, but do tell us a little about where you got the recipe. And tell us something about yourself. Have you been to Hill Center programs? Taken a Hill Center class? Just hope to get to Hill Center some day?
Whether you’re a Hill Center regular or are just interested in what goes on here, we’d like to have you in our cookbook. Your recipes will appear alongside those of master chefs who have taught in our kitchen, our wonderful regular cooking teachers, staff, volunteers and members of the Board of Directors.
Please send recipes or questions to Bonny Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a photo of your dish, we’d love to have that too.
Why are we doing this, you might ask? The cookbook will help raise funds to support our operations as we wait for a time when we can safely reopen and welcome you all in person. We look forward to that day.
Happy New Year,
Member, Board of Directors