Guess what? There's a new e-cookbook out and I'm thrilled to be a part of it. It's called The Quarantine Collective Cookbook: A Collection of Recipes to Empower Home Cooks with all the Tips, Tricks and Tools to Take Charge in the Kitchen.
Do you remember back in March when I posted about being a contributor with The Quarantine Collective on Instagram? The founders, Katie Stilo and Anthony Contrino, have been busy at work on this amazing e-cookbook. Anthony and Katie are both food stylists with The Today Show. They started The Quarantine Collective a few months ago with this MISSION: Bringing together Culinary Professionals to unite and inspire others through virtual cooking. A few weeks into their mission, they knew that they wanted to do a cookbook. In less than 10 weeks, they had culinary pros unite and this e-cookbook was born. Here's a link to donate and get your e-copy today!
All proceeds will benefit The James Beard Foundation's Open for Good, a campaign supporting the recovery and rebuilding of an independent restaurant industry that is stronger than ever.
What distinguishes this e-cookbook from the rest is that it also serves as a reference manual to empower home cooks. Every chapter opens with a series of appendices with advice and guidelines for readers to make their own substitutions and master the carefully curated recipes that follow.The book is available on The Quarantine Collective website, with all proceeds benefiting @beardfoundation ‘s Open for Good campaign.
I have two recipes in this e-cookbook. I have my Harissa Shakshuka recipe in the Eggs Chapter.
I also have my Cherry Pineapple Prosecco Margarita in the Cocktail Chapter.