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81 replies to “Global Recipe Project!”
I’ll dig through what I have from Guatemala, Ethiopia, and South Korea and let you know!
Awesome, awesome, and awesome! Thanks! 🙂
I’ll send you a nice kenyan breakfast soon 😉 Great project!
Wonderful – thank you! 🙂
I really like this initiative. Some people believe world peace will come through food 🙂
Thank you. I sure hope that’s correct. 🙂
Hi how can we find out which recipes have already been submitted for a particular country? I’d like to submit one for Turkey, and I am curious what two recipes have already been submitted.
An excellent question! From Turkey, I have recipes for Lahmacun and Kofta. 🙂
Recipe submitted! This is such a good idea 🙂
Thank you – I appreciate it! 🙂
Thanks for visiting my site and inviting me to join your very cool project. Unfortunately I was only in Argentina for a few weeks so I did not learn any recipes. But I currently live in Peru and am hoping to learn a few recipes while here that I would be happy to share. I’ll keep you posted!
That would be wonderful – thanks! 🙂
Love this idea! What a great way to learn about the world!
Once I meet the recipe goal, I hope to turn this into a charity project. 🙂
Glad you like it – we’re pretty excited about it here, and are looking for lots of interesting recipes!
will be sharing from India soon! 🙂
What an interesting project! I will definitely be submitting a recipe. The hard part will be choosing which one. : )
Wonderful – thank you!
Hello, thanks for checking out my blog! This is such a cool project! Do I need to submit my own original recipe or can I use recipes posted elsewhere that are not my own?
If it’s not an original recipe, I would need permission to use it for this project. Because this is a charity project, it may be possible to get permission. 🙂
This is a seriously awesome idea! Can’t wait to submit recipes!
What a cool idea you have going on here !
Glad you like it! We’re just getting started, and are welcoming recipes from all food cultures! 🙂
Nice! check out my page im from New Zealand. foodwithsoul.wordpress.com
Thank you! 🙂
Love your blog and thanks for this opportunity 🙂
Thank you! I appreciate each of the bloggers who are generously contributing recipes to this project! 🙂
What a wonderful idea! I will have a think and submit a recipe or two from Greece 🙂 Will tweet lots about this project for you too. Well done 🙂
That would be wonderful – thank you! 🙂
Are we allowed to submit more than 1 recipe? Forgot to ask. is there a min interval in between submissions perhaps? And when do submissions end? Thanks!
Yes, multiple recipes are always welcome! I don’t have an end date yet; at this point, I am hoping to gather all of the recipes needed in the next three months or so.
Hello ! I’d like to give you a recipe Malagasy but I don’t speak english very well.
I can have a recipe translated, if you send in another language. Thank you! 🙂
I just submitted an authentic Bengali seafood recipe (from India). Thanks for inviting me to contribute!
That’s wonderful, thank you! 🙂
Thank you, thank you! 🙂
Recipe finally submitted! Good luck with this great project 🙂
How I can submit the picture of this recipe?
Email would work best – I just sent you an email reply. 🙂
Amazing project! So happy I could participate!
Thank you so much!
Hi I want to send in a recipe for the soup comp and the beverage comp, is there a email address which I can send them too?
As promised I have contributed my Chutney recipe (Roasted Coconut Chutney), Please do visit my blog and comment/share and like my post.
Your roasted coconut recipe looks fabulous, thanks! 🙂
I’ll send you one eal soon. I just need to decide wich one. I have many!
Great, thanks! 🙂
* I mean real soon.
I’ve submitted a few recipes, please let me know if you need photos to accompany them if they are going to be used. Great project to be a part of 🙂
Also – I think I forgot to state the country for the paprikash. It is of course for Hungary!
Thank you! The cookbook will feature photos with some recipes, yes. If you have a favorite photo or two handy, I’d love to include them! 🙂
Hi, I would like to submit recipes from Indonesia. Thank you for contacting me through my twitter. May I know if you need photo for each recipe? My website is http://www.pettyelliott.com
That’s wonderful, thank you! On a personal note, beginning to discover Indonesian food has been one of my favorite parts of working on this project so far! I don’t need photos for each recipe. The cookbook will feature photos of some recipes, however, so if you have any photos handy I would welcome them. Feel free to contact me with any questions, and thank you for your help! 🙂 Betsy, Crowded Earth Kitchen
Great idea – just posted a Colombian recipe, as requested! Let me know if you’d like any of my world cup recipes: I’ve got Cameroon and Bosnia Herzegovina 😉
Thank you, thank you! Yes, I would LOVE those recipes, if you are willing to share! 🙂
I do not see a “contact us” link
I am interested in submitting a recipe, please email me the “how to”
Good Morning, Khaled. We would love to have a recipe from you, thank you! You could send a recipe via email to email@example.com. 🙂
Sent an Aussie favourite
Awesome – thank you, thank you! 🙂
Hi, sent off a recipe from AUSTRALIA.
Awesome – thank you! I just checked my email, and that sounds fabulous!
I like your project a lot and I just sent an Bulgarian recipe I learned while my trip in Bulgaria.
I will add yet one Slovak and Jamaican recipe.
Thank you so much – how generous of you!