Share your favorite recipe with UCOP
Good news: If you were planning to participate in the UCOP Culture and Connection in the Kitchen Cookbook, there’s still time! The deadline to participate has been extended to the end of the year — giving you lots of time to contemplate your favorite treats during the upcoming holiday season.
Whether you have a family recipe passed down through generations, must-have cookies that are always in-demand, or an easy weeknight recipe you invented yourself, the UCOP Culture and Connectivity Initiative wants to hear from you!
- Share your favorite appetizer, entrée or dessert recipe. Include a description or story of why it is meaningful to you or why you’ve shared it. (This can be quick — just 150 words or fewer.) Photos are highly encouraged!
- Join the chicken-soup connection. Chicken soup is one of the most universal and yet diverse meals: Every culture and ethnicity has a unique perspective on this dish. We would love to capture your recipe and story for the book.
- Share your favorite “food for thought” or workplace culture recipe. Not a cook? This one’s for you — share your life and workplace tips, for example, “Recipe for Happy Office Buddies.” (See the entry form for an example.)
For full details, download the entry form (PDF). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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