Growing food in the neighborhood isn’t enough for Alleycat Acres. They also want to know how people in the CD like to cook it.
EAT:CD is a neighborhood cookbook, and the urban farming collective wants you to send your recipes for the first edition. They hope to have an edition ready for the spring, but that depends on how many submissions they get and how long editing takes.
If you submit a recipe online, you will get a free download of the EAT:CD eBook.
From Alleycat Acres:
We’re calling anyone and everyone who lives in the Central District and Beacon Hill to help us compile your very own community cook book! In a continued effort to help keep our farms growing and our wheels spinning, we’ve decided to launch an eBook with a collection of recipes from each neighborhood our farms serve.
1. You submit (with the form below), we’ll compile. Simple!
2. For submitting a recipe, you’ll get a free .PDF version containing all selected recipes.
3. Once we’re ready to go, we’ll publish the eBook online and it will be available for download at an affordable price — around $2.99 – $4.99.
When will this be ready? You know, that’s a good question. Depending on response levels and how long it takes to edit/format things properly, it could take a while. Our goal is to have one ready to go by the time spring comes along for each neighborhood.
Meanwhile, plans are coming together for Alleycat Acres’ second CD farm on MLK between Cherry and Columbia. They are also hard at work on their spring bike ride fundraiser Streets and Beets. It’s a 70-mile ride to Auburn and back that starts at the MLK FAME Community Center in Madison Valley. Oh, and by the way, you can get discounted registration for the ride just by reading Seattle Bike Blog…