Thank you so much for partaking in this wonderful project as we sell this E-Cookbook to raise money for the ACLU SoCal. If you would like to purchase an E-Cookbook, let me go through the steps with you to make this as easy as possible.
How to purchase a copy of “The Comfort We Find In Food – Winter 2020”
- If you haven’t already, head to this specific Donation page and make a donation. This is a “Pay What You Can” method, so if you have $5 or $500, anything is greatly appreciated. There is a minimum of $5, but there is no maximum amount you can give.*
- Once you donate, the page will update and a confirmation will appear at the top of the donation page. There will be a confirmation with the code to download. They should also send you a confirmation email with the download code to use below.
- Return to this webpage with that code, download using the link below. You must use a computer to download the PDF, as a mobile device won’t download.
Password needed. Read steps 1-2 above.
- *If you can’t currently afford to donate anything, then please email [email protected] for assistance.
- We are hoping to raise money and awareness with this cause. Please don’t share your copy of the E-Cookbook, but rather share how to donate and get a copy.
- If you make one of the recipes in the book, be sure to share a photo on instagram and tag the maker’s handle and use the hashtags #acluecookbook2020 #thecomfortwefindinfood2020.
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Some Key Contributors for this Cookbook
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Donations Going To:
ACLU Southern California and ACLU Nationwide
List of Recipe Creators and Contributors for this E-Cookbook
- Aaron Hutcherson – The Hungry Hutch
- Amanda Wilens – Amanda Wilens
- Anna Beck – Urban Apron
- Arley Arrington – Arley Cakes
- Bianca Dodson – Lenox Bakery
- Britney Brown-Chamberlain – Britney Bakes Bread
- Bryan Ford – Artisan Bryan
- Deepika Kalla – The Deeper Living
- Elana Berusch – Lani Bakes
- Erin Clarkson – Cloudy Kitchen
- Fadi Odeh – Fadi Odeh
- Haley Hunt Davis and Ryan Norton – Brewing Happiness
- Jackie Price – Jackie Price
- Jamie Silva – A Sassy Spoon
- Jaylynn Little – Jaylynn Little
- Josh Lehenbauer – Josh is Baking
- Karlee Flores – Olive and Artisan
- LaKita Anderson – Simply LaKita
- Lauren Grant – Zestful Kitchen
- Lauren Newsome – Vintage Confections
- Lizzie Lin Johnson – Lizzie’s Bakery
- Mathew Rice – Pink Door Cookies
- Michelle Gerrard – Michelle Nicole Gerard
- Molly Wenk – That Sweet Life of Mine
- Monique Sourinho – Bee The Love
- Nathaniel Crawford – Captures By TK
- Pilar Hernandez – Chilean Food and Garden
- Quin Liburd – Butter Be Ready
- Rezel Kealoha – Rezel Kealoha
- Rosalynn Daniels – Rosalynn Daniels
- Sam Adler – Frosting and Fettuccine
- Shawn Bolduc – The Baked Lab
- Sher Castellano – Sher Castellano
- Teresa Floyd – Now, Forager
- Veronica Fletcher – Vee the Baker
- Will Coleman – Chef Will Coleman
- Zainab Storms – A Classic Twist
About the ACLU
The following is from the ACLU SoCal website.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) defends the fundamental rights outlined in the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These include the right to freedom of speech and assembly, the right to religious freedom, due process of law, equality before the law and the right to privacy. The ACLU also relies on state constitutional provisions and federal and state laws that further these and similar rights. Today, the ACLU has affiliates in 50 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico. California is unique in that it has three affiliates: ACLU of Northern California, ACLU of Southern California and the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties. Often, the three affiliates work in collaboration on statewide initiatives under the “ACLU of California.”